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Introduction to Common Consumables and Characteristics of 3D Printer PA Nylon Materials


A heavyweight champion in the 3D printing industry of synthetic polymers commonly used in many industrial applications.
Compared with most other wire rods, it ranks first in strength, bearing capacity, toughness and durability.
Users can dye nylon according to their preferences.
Industrial consumables are high toughness, wear-resistant and flame retardant.
Like PETG, it is hygroscopic and can absorb water.
Store it in a cool and dry place to ensure good print quality.

1. Industrial consumables 2. High toughness, wear-resistant, flame retardant 3. Transparent, environmentally friendly, easy to process 4. Flame retardant (flame retardant grade is UL94-V2)
Suitable for parts used in harsh environments, such as gears, engine supports, pipe connectors, or high-speed airflow pipes.
Low temperature nylon nozzle temperature: 215 ° C-235 ° C
High temperature nylon nozzle temperature: 240 ° C-260 ° C
Hot bed temperature: 70 ° C - 100 ° C (or no hot bed required)
Shrinkage/warpage: quite large (3M lipstick glue can improve warpage) (larger than ABS...)
Bed surface: PVA glue stick, Magigoo, Garolite, 3DLac
Fan speed: 0-50%
Printing speed: 25-50 mm/s

The 3D printing prosthesis is mainly composed of polypropylene, polyethylene, acrylic acid, polyurethane and other plastics. The internal structural tower is composed of lightweight materials (such as titanium, aluminum or carbon fiber).

The 3D printed prosthesis uses materials such as acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) plastic, or the more robust material is Bridge nylon.
The 3D printer is compatible with other materials such as lightweight titanium to improve durability and strength.

FDA approved the 3D printed PEKK skull implant, which was successfully implanted by OPM.

Another company (now 3D Systems) produces 3D printed titanium orthopedics, maxillofacial, spinal and dental implants. Using silicon, chondrocytes and silver nanoparticles, we created a 3D printed ear that can detect electromagnetic frequencies in accordance with human anatomy.