Nylon - taulman3D

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Because there were no existing Nylons for 3D Printing, taulman3D from Missouri USA worked with a specialist in Nylon chemistry and developed new polymers and co-polymers.

These carry technical numbering, i.e 618, 645, 645 rev (B) "Bridge", 680, 230, Alloy. T

hese materials are developed specifically for 3D Printing and as such are not "commodity materials".


All materials are fully tested before release, but after general acceptance, hundreds of unique parts are printed on consumer level printers to insure as much compatibility as possible with "stock printers".

Applications

taulman3D for your 3D printer

  • Nylons are ideal for gears, etc where a slippery surface is desired. All other materials will scratch against each other creating a plastic dust. And eventual failure.
  • Reducing infill from 100% and number of perimeters will have a tendency to reduce Tensile strength, yet increase elongation.
  • Nylons do not crack/shatter, but will eventually compress and fold during severe over-stress
  • Alloy 910 can either fold/compress or crack depending on part design. An excellent feature of Alloy is that Support material easily breaks away, yet durability is retained.
  • Nylons can be threaded using std TAPs and drilled directly without creating cracks
  • Only use Nylon 645/Bridge or Alloy 910 for Sandblasting masking or similar applications. Most other materials will be destroyed in seconds.
  • For parts to be used outdoors, use a UV coating.
  • For High temperature Nylon, use Alloy 910 or Nylon 680

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