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The Mosquito™ Liquid Block ( Water cooling head)

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Original price $109.00 - Original price $109.00
Original price $109.00
$109.00 - $109.00
Current price $109.00

 Liquid Mosquito block

NOTE: These are 5-6 days delivery from the US directly at this stage as production is released.

Fits the standard mosquito or mosquito +

Behold the Mosquito™ Liquid - it uses the same patented technology found in the standard, air-cooled Mosquito™ hotend, but optimized for liquid cooling in heated enclosures.

Like all of our hotends, Mosquito™ Liquid is completely Made in the USA, out of top end materials. The liquid cooling block is precision machined out of a super conductive copper alloy, and coated with a non-marring, highly inert, gold-colored plating that allows for use with any commercially available coolant.  The hotend is available with or without liquid fittings.

Mosquito™ Liquid optimized for printing high temperature plastics such as PPSU, PEEK and PEKK and all general filaments.

  • Superior heat break performance - conduct 85% less heat than a standard threaded heat break

  • Increased structural rigidity

  • 450°C temperature rating covers all printable thermoplastics

  • Modular/adaptable to almost any FFF/FDM printer

  • Ideal for multi-extrusion systems

  • Lightweight

Please NOTE:

Shipping lead times are indented, please allow 6 days from order due to demands and stock levels for this product.

Kit Includes:

  • Includes:
    - Mosquito™ Base Liquid block (x1)
    - Mounting rods and screws for the connections to your hotend

    Needed to buy:

  • high temp thermistor for the hotend- LINK here
  • 12v or 24v Heater cartridge- LINK here
  • Hot Block and heatbreak hardware ( sold seperate) 
  • Water cooling plumbing, hardware, fittings and tube. ( All local NZ stock)

We highly recommend the use of thermal paste with the Mosquito™ to provide good thermal conductivity between the hotend and heater/thermistor.

Downloadable 3D models of the Mosquito Hotend are now available on our Documentation page.