Formfutura STYX-12 Nylon Black

Industrial PA12 Nylon in Black

  • Excellent features
  • Relatively low printing temperature
  • Chemical resistance
  • Weather & UV resistant
  • £36.15 (£7.23 / 100 g)

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Delivery on Thursday, 27 June: Order before Tuesday at 09:00.

Colour:
  • Formfutura STYX-12 Nylon Clear
  • Formfutura STYX-12 Nylon White
  • Formfutura STYX-12 Nylon Black
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Item no.: FF-285STYX12-BLCK-0500, Content: 500 g

EAN: 8718924479827

  • Excellent features
  • Relatively low printing temperature
  • Chemical resistance
  • Weather & UV resistant

Product information & technical details

Item no.: FF-285STYX12-BLCK-0500
Manufacturer No.: 285STYX12-BLCK-0500
Manufacturers: Formfutura
Content: 500 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Product types: PA - Nylon Filaments
Property: Heat-resistant, Food Safe
Filament colour: Black
Net weight: 500 g
Recommended processing temperature: 240 - 270 °C

Description

STYX-12 is an industrial nylon filament of class PA12.

The material has excellent mechanical, chemical and hygroscopic properties.

STYX-12 has a very low water absorption compared to other nylon filaments and can still be printed at relatively low temperatures. This makes it suitable for a variety of 3D printers.

Unique features:

  • Excellent mechanical properties
  • Hard, tough, high impact strength, high crack resistance and high scratch resistance
  • Excellent chemical resistance
  • Excellent weather and UV resistance
  • Excellent dimensional stability
  • Good first-layer adhesion to BuildTak film + adhesive spray
  • FDA compliant (Food & Drink)

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The concept of the 3D printer came about from an American inventor and engineer, Chuck Hill, during the s80s. He also founded the company called 3D Systems.