Nylon PA6 PA12 3d Printer Filament
$75.00 – $79.00
- Nylon PA6 PA12 3d Printer Filament
- Weight 1kg
- Diameter 1.75mm
- Tolerance ±0.03mm
- Color Natural
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Nylon (PA), also known as polyamide, has a wide variety of nylon materials. Common nylon materials are: PA66, PA6, PA12, etc. It is an indispensable material in the injection molding industry. With the development of 3d printing, nylon 3d consumables came into being. Now nylon 3d printer filament is much hot on the market.
Similarly, nylon is also one of the most important 3D printing materials in the 3D printing market. Nylon is a synthetic polymer with wear resistance, high toughness, high strength, and good heat resistance. These characteristics make nylon ideal for various 3D printing applications.
Nylon 3d printer filament Specifications
Filament diameter: 1.75mm
Printing temperature: 250~280°C
Bed temperature: 90~110°C
Printing speed: 40-80mm/s
Better to be dried: a guideline for drying is 60˚C for ± 8 hours.
advantages of 3D printing nylon materials
- firstly, Suitable for prototype and functional verification components such as gears and tools. Nylon can be reinforced with carbon fiber or glass fiber so that lightweight components have excellent mechanical properties.
- secondly, Nylon has high rigidity and flexibility. When the product you print is thin, your parts will be flexible. When printing thicker walls, your parts will be rigid. This is very suitable for producing parts such as living hinges with rigid parts and flexible joints.
The nylon-printed parts are grainy, unsupported, and require little post-processing.
- thirdly, you can use nylon 3D printing to make moving and interlocking parts. This eliminates the need to assemble separately printed parts and enables the production of highly complex objects faster.
Nylon 3D printing materials add many creative possibilities to industrial engineers. And nylon PA also creates parts with good mechanical properties, suitable for functional prototypes and end-uses. Although FDM is currently the most common use of technology for printing nylon parts, advances in technology and materials mean that other technologies are rapidly catching up.
In our shop, there are several types of FDM 3d printers support PA Nylon printing. Welcome to contact our service team for help to choose the right one for your need.
|Dimensions||22 × 22 × 9 cm|