What type of nozzles do the Mosquito™ and Copperhead™ Hotends use?

What type of nozzles do the Mosquito™ and Copperhead™ Hotends use?

The Mosquito™, Mosquito™ Magnum, and Copperhead™ Hotends all use the same nozzles - Rep Rap style with an M6x1.0 thread. Please refer to the Vanadium Nozzle product page drawings and STEP files.

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