Ultimaker Nylon

Ultimaker Nylon is a polyamide grade based on PA6/66. It features reduced humidity absorption and a longer shelf life compared to other nylon filaments. Able to withstand significant mechanical stress, nylon material is a great choice for 3D printing tools, functional prototypes, and end-use parts.


Reasons to Choose Ultimaker Nylon

Summary

Ultimaker's nylon filament works seamlessly with Ultimaker 3D printers thanks to thousands of hours of testing.

  • Impact and abrasion resistant
  • Low friction coefficient
  • Corrosion resistant to alkalis and organic chemicals
  • Prints in dual extrusion with PVA or Breakaway
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Properties

Ultimaker Nylon material has the following properties:

  • Excellent impact strength (Izod tested to 34.4 kJ/m²)
  • Good ductility (210% elongation at break)
  • Melting temperature (from 185 °C)

Applications

Ultimaker Nylon is ideal for the following applications:

  • Functional prototyping
  • Tooling
  • Medical visualization aids
  • Industrial modeling
  • End-use parts

Compatibility

Ultimaker Nylon is officially supported by the Ultimaker S5, Ultimaker S3, Ultimaker 3 series, and Ultimaker 2+ series of 3D printers. It is compatible for dual extrusion with the following materials:

  • Ultimaker PVA
  • Ultimaker Breakaway

Example Prints Using Ultimaker Nylon

Designed to Resist Humidity

Ultimaker Nylon material has been engineered to resist ambient humidity better than other nylon filaments on the market.

Exceptionally Durable

Strong and durable, Ultimaker Nylon is an ideal filament choice for manufacturing end-use parts.

Low Melting Temperature

Ultimaker Nylon is a reliable 3D printing filament that can solve multiple mechanical requirements for engineers, designers, and manufacturers.

Ultimaker PLA Color Availability

Black

Transparent