Zortrax Z-NYLON Natural

Versatile strong PA filament in natural colour

  • High temperature resistance
  • Chemical resistance
  • For Plus series
  • £57.80 (£7.23 / 100 g)
  • from 2 only £54.91 / pc -5%

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Colour:
  • Zortrax Z-NYLON Natural
  • Zortrax Z-NYLON Black
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Item no.: Z-Z-NYLON-NATURAL-800, Content: 800 g

EAN: 5902280824640

  • High temperature resistance
  • Chemical resistance
  • For Plus series
M200 Plus: £57.80 (£7.23 / 100 g)
from 2 £54.91 (£6.86 / 100 g)
M300 Plus: £137.70 (£6.89 / 100 g)
from 2 £130.76 (£6.54 / 100 g)

Product information & technical details

Item no.: Z-Z-NYLON-NATURAL-800
Manufacturer No.: Z-NYLON-NATURAL-800
Manufacturers: Zortrax
Content: 800 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm
Product types: PA - Nylon Filaments
Filament colour: Natural
Net weight: 800 g, 2000 g
Printing material for Zortrax: M200 Plus, M300 Plus, M300 Dual

Description

Z-NYLON is a versatile and strong filament that is resistant to high temperatures and various chemicals. It can be reworked with tools for metalworking. Z-NYLON is hard to break and easy to paint, because of this it can be dyed with common acid-based dyes.

The filament absorbs moisture quickly and should be stored in a moisture-absorbent waterproof bag. Like all nylon-based materials, Z-NYLON has a relatively high shrinkage, so its use in 3D printing large geometric shapes with steep slopes is not advisable. To reduce shrinkage, it is recommended to work with HEPA covers.

Applications

  • Tools
  • Hinges
  • Gears
  • Functional prototypes
  • Mechanical parts

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