HS Tool Head | Hardened Steel | 0.8 mm
The LulzBot HS Tool Head is purpose-built for high-strength 3D printing applications utilizing durable industrial composites and is ideal for engineers needing strong parts and faster printing times.
Featuring a hardened steel nozzle and extruder hobb, this tool head is capable of printing high-strength composite polymers on par with PEEK's tensile strength (15,200 psi - ASTM638). These polymers are used in a wide range of high-demand applications, from structural components to the automotive industry.
Parts printed with these composites have higher impact resistance, resist deformation, while retaining strength in harsh and demanding environments. Industrial materials like PA-CF Low Warp combine strength and dimensional stability (less than 2% elongation at break - ASTM638) with the ability to perform in higher operating temperatures up to approximately 120° C (248° F).Product Alert (1)
A large heater block, a massive melting zone, and a 0.8 mm nozzle balances speed, detail, and strength.
Check out all the features and additional printing capability info below.
The ability to create functional jigs, fixtures, and prototypes on-site in a matter of hours significantly reduces lead time and cost.
- Parts & Specifications
(1) LulzBot HS Tool Head | Hardened Steel | 0.8 mm (Fully Assembled)
(1) 3D Printed Wiper Mount
(5) Replacement Wiper Pads
(1) Red Scrub Pad
Sample of PETg Filament, Used in First Print
Layer Resolution: 0.4 mm - 0.6 mm (0.016 in - 0.024 in)
Nozzle Diameter: 0.8 mm
Nozzle Material: Hardened Steel
Extruder Hobb Material: Hardened Steel
Hot End Temperature Range: 120°C - 290°C (248°F - 554°F)
Extruder & Hot End: Genuine E3D Titan Aero
Maximum Extrusion Rate: Approximately 181 grams/hour | 40.38 mm³/s with PLA at 220°C
Supported Materials: Carbon-fiber filled Nylon, ABS, PETg, PLA, NinjaFlex TPU
Required power system: 24 Volts
Fans: (1) 5v 40 mm heat sink cooling fan, and (1) 360° print cooling fan
Maximum Extrusion Rate: Approximately 181 grams/hour | 40.38 mm³/s with PLA at 220°C (428°F)
Recommended filament diameter: 2.85 mm diameter (3 mm)
Certified Open Source Hardware: US000147
- Resources & Documentation
Our LulzBot Labs technicians put the latest high-strength materials to the test.