Tough Tube – High Temp, High Tolerance PTFE Tubing

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$7.99

  • Recommend temp range 170-275C (300C max but read the safety guidelines below)
  • Made from 100% Virgin PTFE, no re-grind, with high temp additives.
  • Print high temp materials with your stock hotend or replace your bowden tubing for smoother and more accurate filament guiding.
  • Made from high quality PTFE with additives for low friction and heat resistance
  • Internal Diameter of 1.9mm (± 0.05mm), Outer Diameter is 4.0mm.
  • Lower Friction than Standard PTFE Tubing
  • Lower retraction needed due to less play in the filament path
  • Sold by the meter, discount for 2 meters or more.
  • PTFE Cutter Sold Here: PTFE Cutter Tool

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Product Details

  • Recommend temp range 170-275C (300C max but read the safety guidelines below)
  • Made from 100% Virgin PTFE, no re-grind, with high temp additives.
  • Print high temp materials with your stock hotend or replace your bowden tubing for smoother and more accurate filament guiding.
  • Made from high quality PTFE with additives for low friction and heat resistance
  • Internal Diameter of 1.9mm (± 0.05mm), Outer Diameter is 4.0mm.
  • Lower Friction than Standard PTFE Tubing
  • Lower retraction needed due to less play in the filament path
  • Sold by the meter, discount for 2 meters or more.
  • PTFE Cutter Sold Here: PTFE Cutter Tool

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In general using PTFE above 260C can cause “off-gassing” that can be harmful to small animals and birds, temps above 275C may shorten the life of our tubing. If you are using this in the melt zone on your printer please read the following guide on PTFE safety precautions (applies to ALL PTFE tubing, not just ours): https://th3dstudio.com/knowledge-base/ptfe-safety-precautions-all-ptfe-toughtube/

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1 review for Tough Tube – High Temp, High Tolerance PTFE Tubing

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    David Nick

    I run a V6 hotend and wanted to print ABS. In order to do so I needed to bump my temps up above 240C and felt that the stock PTFE tubing wouldn’t meet my needs. Since I have small animals that could be affected by off-gassing I upgraded to the tough tube. Now I have peace of mind with running to 250C no problems.

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