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Ruthex Heat Insert

by Ruthex
Original price 2.290 kr - Original price 2.290 kr
Original price
2.290 kr
2.290 kr - 2.290 kr
Current price 2.290 kr
Availability:
Low stock
Availability:
in stock, ready to be shipped
Availability:
Low stock
Availability:
Low stock
Availability:
in stock, ready to be shipped
Availability:
in stock, ready to be shipped
Availability:
in stock, ready to be shipped
Availability:
in stock, ready to be shipped
Availability:
in stock, ready to be shipped
Availability:
in stock, ready to be shipped
SKU
Stærð: M2x4.0mm - 70 stk.

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The ruthex threaded nuts can be subsequently inserted into parts of 3D printers from e.g. Anycubic, Creality or Prusa using heat or ultrasound. Using heat from a soldering iron or ultrasound, the press-fit nuts are simply embedded into a blind or through hole.

Firm Hold With Easy Use

Thanks to the geometry of the threaded sleeve, it holds firmly in the printed part. The opposite spiral-shaped knurled nuts ensure a balanced high tightening and loosening torque, as well as a high tightening force. The guide has made insertion much easier.

Stable & Durable Screw Threads

The inserts with internal threads are made of the highest quality brass, which ensures optimal corrosion resistance and thermal conductivity. This means that each press-in nut can be used for a long time and is easy to use. The reusability of the screw-in threads is also possible by carefully removing them from the printed part when they are no longer needed.

Suitable For Various Plastic

The inserts are designed for all thermoplastics. The knurled nuts hold, for example, in PLA, PETG, ABS, PPS, PP and many more. As soon as the plastic of the part around the brass sleeve cools down and hardens again, the internally threaded sleeve is firmly anchored.

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