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Nylon

Nylon

Nylon is best classified as an engineering grade thermoplastic.

Strong and Good Looking

Nylon reinforced with one of our continuous fibers becomes a next-level 3D printing material.

Nylon itself is non-abrasive, and that means it can be painted quite easily. You can use Nylon as reinforced material alongside any of our continuous fibers to create a product that holds the unique properties you require. Learn more by checking out the material tech specs sections below.

Part Resolution

  • 50 Micron – 0.05 mm
  • 100 Micron – 0.1 mm
  • 125 Micron – 0.125 mm
  • 200 Micron – 0.2 mm

Max Part Size

  • 330 x 270 x 200 mm
  • ( 12.9 x 10.5 x 7.8 in )

Available Colors

Material Properties

  • Strength
    Impact Resistance
    Heat Deflection
    Surface Quality
  • Strength
    Impact Resistance
    Heat Deflection
    Surface Quality
  • Strength
    Impact Resistance
    Heat Deflection
    Surface Quality
  • Strength
    Impact Resistance
    Heat Deflection
    Surface Quality
  • Strength
    Impact Resistance
    Heat Deflection
    Surface Quality
Properties Result ISO Test
Tensile Modulus 1.7 GPa D638
Tensile Stress at Yield 51 MPa D638
Tensile Strain at Yield 4.5% D638
Tensile Stress at Break 36 MPa D638
Tensile Strain at Break 150% D638
Flexural Strength 50 MPa D790
Flexural Modulus 1.4 GPa D790
Heat Deflection Temp 105º F D648 B
Izod Impact – Notched 110 J/m D256-10 A