Ender 3 S1 Heater Block Plated Copper Premium High Temp Upgrade with Cover

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Nickel Plated Hardened Copper Heater Block for High Temp Applications (Creality Sprite Extruder type) x1 Unit

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Kit Contains;
  • 1x Nickel Plated Copper Heater Block
  • 1x Hardware kit (screw) for Heater/Thermistor fitment
  • 1x High Temp Silicone Sock

Compatible with;
  • Creality Ender 3 S1
  • Creality Ender 3 S1 Pro
  • Creality Sprite Extruder

Please note, due to the high amount of variations and custom builds of the above printers, it is vital that you make sure the following specifications are required for your printer.


Weight: 21g
Material: Plated Copper
Max Temp: 500+°c

Why Hardened Plated Copper?

Plated copper upgrades are the most cost effective way to increase the range of 3D printer filaments used on your 3D printer when wanting to print high temperature filaments. These heater blocks are a direct OE aftermarket replacement with some of the best cost to quality ratio in the market.

This Heater Block is developed to handle above 500°c. The high temperature copper alloy can help conduct and hold awesome print temperatures unlike most heater blocks and the nickel plating helps reduce adhesion of your filaments to the nozzle.

This heater block is made to be the all-in-one option that will outlast the printer itself.

Along with PLA, ASA, ABS, TPU, PETG etc. Some filaments this will allow you to print are;
  • PEEK
  • PEI
  • Woodfill
  • Carbon Fibre
  • Glow in the Dark
  • Bronzefill
  • Brassfill
  • Other Metal impregnated Filaments

Additional information

To print high temp materials, your first step is obtaining a nozzle that can handle the temperatures required. We sell plated copper and hardened nozzles for a broad application.

Please note that if you are printing above 280°c available silicone socks will start to fail and it is recommended that you print without one.

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