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Good mechanical and chemical properties make them perfect for both prototype and production functional applications.

Nylons, the most common and generic name for polyamides, are a family of polymers with excellent mechanical properties combined with interesting thermal and chemical performance. They can reach high deformation temperature values, especially if added with fillers. These additions, in addition to altering the thermal properties, lead to a reduction in ductility but better abrasion resistance and dimensional stability.

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Nylon PA 12

Polyamide 12 - Nylon 12

  • 3D MJF Multi Jet Fusion

Nylon PA 12 (Polyamide 12) guarantees good mechanical properties along all axes as well as resistance to chemical agents and moisture ...

Nylon PA 11

Polyamide 11 - Nylon 11

  • 3D MJF Multi Jet Fusion

Nylon PA 11 (Polyamide 11) guarantees good mechanical properties on all axes as well as resistance to chemical agents and moisture ...

Nylon PA 12 + Carbon Fiber

Nylon 12 CF - PA12CF - Nylon 12 Carbon Fibre

  • 3D FDM Fused deposition modeling

Nylon PA 12 CF is a composite material, made by reinforcing the Nylon base with Carbon Fibre. The result is a stable material, with high ...

Nylon PA 6 + Carbon Fiber

Nylon 6 CF - PA6CF - Nylon 6 Carbon Fibre

  • 3D FDM Fused deposition modeling

PA 6 CF Nylon is a composite material, made by reinforcing the Nylon base with Carbon Fibre. The result is a stable material, with high ...

Nylon PA12 40% GB

Nylon PA 12 Glass Beads - Nylon PA 12 40% Glass Beads

  • 3D MJF Multi Jet Fusion

Nylon PA 12 40%GF (Polyamide 12) guarantees good mechanical properties on all axes as well as resistance to wear, chemicals and moisture ...

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Multi Jet Fusion
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Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology is a 3D dust-bed printing system developed by HP. Unlike SLS technology, this technology does not require a laser to sinter the material. A powder bed is deposited inside the print build and heated to a fixed temperature. A melting agent is deposited on these powders where the material will have to melt and a ...
Fused deposition modeling
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Fused deposition modelling or FDM creates the components layer by layer by depositing discrete material via a 0.40 mm diameter nozzle. The print head moves in XY and deposits a single layer. Subsequently the printing plane, the Z axis, moves downwards to allow the deposition of the next layer. The ...

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