SpectrumNylon PA6 Natural - Low Warp

Abrasion-resistant and temperature-resistant filament

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  • Very low shrinkage (0.3%)
  • High-temperature resistance
  • Simple separation of the object from the printing table
  • Abrasion resistance
  • £39.75 £49.70 -20% (£3.98 / 100 g)

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Delivery on Wednesday, 21 November: Order before Monday at 10:00.

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Item no.: SPC-80174, Content: 1.000 g

EAN: 5903175651426

1.75 mm / 500 g: £21.68 (£4.34 / 100 g)
1.75 mm / 1000 g: £39.75 (£3.98 / 100 g)
  • Very low shrinkage (0.3%)
  • High-temperature resistance
  • Simple separation of the object from the printing table
  • Abrasion resistance

Product information & technical details

Manufacturers: Spectrum
Content: 1.000 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm
Property: Heat-resistant
Filament colour: Natural
Net weight: 500 g, 1000 g
Recommended processing temperature: 250 - 270 °C
Recommended heating temperature: 80 - 100 °C

Description

Polyamide PA6 (nylon) is an extremely durable material. Nylon objects have high abrasion resistance and high-temperature resistance. Nylon is characterized by good insulating properties, chemical resistance to greases, oils and high mechanical strength. These features make it possible to print functional parts, including plain bearings, gears or guideways. For the best possible performance of the printed object, it is recommended to dry the material thoroughly before printing.

Spectrum Nylon gives your 3D model the following features:

  • Increased durability
  • Abrasion-resistance
  • High-temperature resistance

Packaging

The filament is wound up on a clean, transparent spool. Each spool contains information about the type of material, the diameter and the recommended printing temperature. The filament is vacuum-packed with a moisture absorber. A user manual is also included in the packaging.

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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.