3D Printed Tough Flexible Thermoplastic Nylon

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3D Printed Tough Flexible Thermoplastic Nylon 2018-03-05T18:24:21+00:00

3D nylon rapid prototyping printing

MarkForged X7 Base Materials – Nylon

Re3DTech Onyx printers have the highest strength to weight ratio of our reinforcing fibers.

Six times stronger and eighteen times stiffer than Onyx, Carbon Fiber reinforcement is commonly used for parts that replace machined aluminum.

Formed from the combination of two materials, composite parts are incredibly strong and versatile. Our unique fabrication process enables you to print parts that are an order of magnitude stiffer and stronger than typical 3D printed objects.

In Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF), the printer heats thermoplastic filament to near melting point and extrudes it through its nozzle, building a plastic matrix layer by layer. Re3DTech prints all thermoplastics by this method.

We use industrial grade 3d materials for our rapid prototyping 3D printers.

From PA12 Nylon to continuous carbon fiber composites are used in traditional manufacturing. Let Re3dTech help you choose the right fiberglass 3d printer and the right materials to achieve the best results for your additive manufacturing needs.

Markforged Nylon 3D printing machines reinvent the manufacturing process. Learn about how our customers leverage their machines to transform their workflows.
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Nylon 3D rapid prototyping process, types, applications and examples

Onyx (Chopped Carbon Fiber)

Tough Flexible Thermoplastic Nylon parts are flexible, impact-resistant and can be reinforced with any Markforged continuous fiber. The material works best in applications that require more flexibility or low working friction. Compatible with Mark Two and X7.

Nylon rapid 3D printing of production components

HP PA 12 Nylon

Tough Flexible Thermoplastic Nylon parts are flexible, impact-resistant and can be reinforced with any Markforged continuous fiber. The material works best in applications that require more flexibility or low working friction. Compatible with Mark Two and X7.

Nylon Parts Tough Flexible Thermoplastic Types and Examples

Fiber Infused Parts

Tough Flexible Thermoplastic Nylon parts are flexible, impact-resistant and can be reinforced with any Markforged continuous fiber. The material works best in applications that require more flexibility or low working friction. Compatible with Mark Two and X7.

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