13 Best 3D Printer Parts & Accessories
List Updated May 2023
Bestselling 3D Printer Parts & Accessories in 2023
Best 3D Printing Build Surface - 8x8 Square Bases - Bin The Blue Tape, Kapton Tape and Hairspray, No Prep 3D Print Base - Premium 3D Printer Parts and Accessories
- MOST ADHESIVE SURFACE EVER - Rated at 23% more adhesion than other surface, you'll never lose another print!
- SUITABLE FOR ALL FILAMENTS - One surface to print them all, from Nylon to PET, your filament will stay in place!
- EXTRA DURABLE BUILD BASE - 32% more durable than inferior surfaces, one sheet just keeps on printing for months!
- JUST PRINTING NO FUSS - These sheets need no pre-printing prep, you can bin the blue tape, hair spray and kapton!
- SATISFACTION GUARANTEED - We're so confident that you'll love these premium print surfaces, that we offer a 90 day money back guarantee!
EAONE 3D Printer Parts Accessory Hot End Assembled Extruder Kits 1.75mm Filament Direct Feed 12V 0.4mm Nozzle (Bonus: 2 pcs Extruder Tube & 2 pcs Brass Nozzle)
- Set of 5: 1 pc Assembled Extruder Kits, 2 pcs 30MM Length Extruder 1.75MM Tube, 2 pcs 0.4MM Brass Extruder Nozzle
- Compatible with all 1.75mm PLA ABS printer
- Input diameter: 1.75mm; Output diameter: 0.4mm; Voltage: 12V
- Installation: external M6 thread connection
- Plenty of MK8 clone nozzles compatible with this hotend - nozzle replacement is easy
DIKAVS For 3D V6 Hot End Full Kit 1.75mm 12V Bowden/RepRap 3d Printer Extruder Parts Accessories 0.4mm Nozzle
- 3D V6 all-metal printer head, 100% brand new and high quality.
- This 3D printer J capita Hotend is for 1.75 mm E3D remote filament Bowder extruder applied.
- After improvement by our technical personnel, the unique design of these J-head go Hotend is better than before.
- 12V 40W heater, 12V 013A high speed fan with shroud, NTC 3950 pre-wired thermistor.Includes 1 meter long 4mm OD 2mm ID bowden line PTFE tubing.
- Currently, the most popular 3D printer elements.
Kweiny 3D Printer Nozzle Multi Size and Throat Improved Version for MK8 Hotend | Extruder Brass Nozzle 5PCS( 0.3 0.4 0.5mm ) Throat 2PCS for Makerbot RepRap Part | Drill Bit 3PCS for Cleaning Tool Kit
3D Printer Parts Accessories Print Removal Tool Putty Knife Spatula Remove prints safely from print bed 3" Wide 8" Long Beveled Edge Medium Flex
- 3D Print Removal Tool
- Measures 8" long x 3" wide
- Wide enough to remove prints without dropping
- No more damaged prints
- Slightly flexible but sturdy and well made
Vanzon Micro USB Cable,5Pack 3FT 2x6FT 2x10FT Long Premium Nylon Braided Android Charger USB to Micro USB Charging Cable Samsung Charger Cord for Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
- Nema17 Stepper Dampers are used to decrease noise and resonance in your CNC and 3d Printer.
- 1 Damper used per Stepper or Electric motor
- 3d Printers see a 5-10dB reduction in noise when used on X and Y Axis steppers with the vibration damper for nema 17
- Works on both Cartesian and Delta style Additive Manufacturing machines such as CR-10.
- Pair these with good filament for the best results in your 3D printer and remove vibration and noise.
Teenitor 3D Print Removal Tools with Sturdy Wooden Handle, Tool Kit for 3D Printer Spatula Palette Knife Painting Enhanced Version Pack of 5
3D Printer Tool Kit, 6pcs Extruder 30mm M6 Tube + 6pcs 0.4mm MK8 Brass Extruder Print Head + 3pcs Cleaning Tool Kit + 2M PTFE Tube, Premium 3D Printer Parts and Accessories
- [3D Printer Extruders] 2mm ID X 4mm OD, M6 30mm Nozzle Throat, made of Teflon PTFE core and 304 stainless steel material;
- [Brass Nozzle Print Head] High quality Copper (brass)material, for MK8 Makerbot Reprap 3D Printers.The size is 12.5x7mm, Output Diameter is 0.4mm and Input Diameter is 1.75mm;
- [Cleaning Drill Bits] Made of high carbon steel and treated with nickle-iron alloy, good flexibility, can be bent, not easy to break. Great for 3D Print cleanup.
- [PTFE Teflon tube] 2mm ID X 4mm OD, made of Teflon PTFE core and 304 stainless steel material.
- [Compatibility] Compatible with all 1.75mm PLA ABS 3D printer, suitable for E3D V6 1.75mm Extruder.
3D Print Removal Tool
- 120 mm / 4.5 inch long flexible blade helps to reach underneath large prints
- Rounded edge is safer and less likely to tear print bed tape.
- Speeds removal of parts from print bed.
- Useful to pop prints off the bed, and to scrape off stuck-on plastic.
- An essential addition to your 3D Printer Tool Kit.
OctagonStar LM8UU Linear Bearing Ball Bushing for 3D Printer(6PCS)
- LM8UU Linear Bearings.
- 8mm Inside diameter, 15mm outside diameter, 24mm length.
- Great for linear motion on 3D Printer, CNC, and other applications.
- Bearings may require lubrication and break in period.
- OctagonStar Brand Listing, Item packaging has OctagonStar brand identity,If you buy is not OctagonStar brand product, You Can Apply for a Refund and Compensation.
Kamo 5PCS 3D Printer 0.4mm Extruder Brass Nozzle Print Head for MK8 1.75mm ABS PLA Printer
- Nozzle: 0.4mm
- Size: 13mm*6mm
- Material: copper (brass)
- Input Diameter: 1.75mm
- Output Diameter: 0.4mm
UEETEK 3D Printer Cooling Fan DC 12V for Cooler Heatsinks Black
ALUNAR Updated Barrel tube M6 X 30 Throat Tube for MK8 Makerbot 3D Printer Extruder Hot End Parts and Accessories For 1.75mm 3D Printing Machine 5PCS
3D Printing Could Change the Health Care Industry Forever
The health care industry is gearing up for a major advancement in the world of transplants thanks to new developments in 3D printing.
I managed to go 12 full years before breaking my first bone.
It happened during the fall of 1983 while playing football with some neighborhood kids. I took a nasty hit after Teddy Reznik barreled over me like a Soviet battle tank with turbochargers.
The 13-year-old Russian immigrant was an intimidating figure with a fiercely competitive streak. Yet he was also an extremely gentle and respectful individual who eventually became a Rabbi.
So it was no surprise when Teddy, immediately seeing the gruesome image of my mangled wrist, apologized profusely before running to get help...
The next morning, accompanied by yet another unnecessary apology, Teddy was the first to sign my cast. It was a massive white rock that weighed down my puny arm the first few days I had it on.
If you've ever worn a cast, you know how bad these things can smell and itch after a week or two (especially if you're a rather pungent pre-teen boy). So I have to admit, I was thoroughly impressed last week when I came across the first 3D-printed brace that will ultimately make the conventional plaster cast a thing of the past.
As recently covered in Wired, the 3D-printed cast - called the Cortex Cast - is an injury-localized exoskeleton that's lightweight, washable, ventilated, and even recyclable.
The Wired piece goes on to note:
The idea is that patients would have their fracture x-rayed and the injured limb 3D-scanned. A computer would then determine the optimal pattern and structure of the cast, with denser material focused on the fractured area of the bone to provide more support.
Although the 3D printing revolution is quickly spreading, I believe it'll be in the defense and health care sectors where we see the most action for investors. And if you're a regular reader of these pages, certainly you know we've chimed in on both of these opportunities in the past.
But since I'm growing frustrated and depressed over what seems to be a long line of never-ending wars, let's focus today on health, not death.
So far, we've seen everything from bionic ears to skull implants to airway splints with the assistance of 3D printers. The airway splints, by the way, were truly inspiring.
It was only a few months ago that we saw the beautiful smile of Kaiba Gionfriddo, the young boy from Youngstown, Ohio, who is alive today thanks to a forward-thinking doctor and a 3D printer.
You see, Kaiba was diagnosed early with tracheobronchomalacia. This is a very rare respiratory condition that causes airways to collapse, thereby blocking the flow of air to the lungs. And in this young boy's case, few doctors believed he would survive...
But survive he did.
Using a CT scan of Kaiba's airways, a custom-fabricated airway splint was "printed" and sewn around his airway, which then allowed it to expand and aid in its natural growth pattern. As soon as the splint was inserted, Kaiba's lungs began to work normally for the first time.
While this really is a wonderful story, the ability to "print" implants and casts is just the beginning of what will soon prove to be one of the greatest advancements in health care we'll see in our lifetimes.
A Nobel Prize
The ability to "print" implants and casts is absolutely remarkable.
But what about "printing" human organs, like livers, kidneys, and even hearts? This isn't science fiction, folks. This is real.
The early groundwork on this huge medical advancement is being laid right now, and the science behind this stuff will knock your socks off.
Think about this for a moment...
Think about the thousands of sick people sitting in hospital rooms waiting desperately for a transplant that may or may not come. Imagine the fear that must go through a person's mind as he or she awakes each morning, hoping and praying that a new liver or new kidney is being rushed right over in a royal blue beverage cooler identified only by the words "Human Organ For Transplant."
And imagine the guilt that comes along with knowing that one person likely had to die in order to save your life.
Just writing those words make me cringe.
So it's no surprise that I'm very bullish on the potential of 3D-printed organs, both as a human being and as an investor. I have to admit, investing in a company that can single-handedly take much of the fear, guilt, and anxiety out of organ transplant procedures, while saving thousands of lives in the process, makes me feel incredibly good.
Of course, we're still in the earliest stages of research here. But I fully believe the first company that can successfully pull off a 3D-printed organ for transplant will not only earn its head researcher a Nobel Prize, but will also be wildly profitable.
And that's why I strongly recommend getting familiar with this technology and the companies behind it.