Kodak Nylon 12 Filament - 750g Kodak Nylon 12 Filament - 750g

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Introducing Kodak Nylon 12 Filament

Kodak Nylon 12 is an ideal material for durable parts and is the best choice for printing high-stress working mechanisms. It is much less hygroscopic than Nylon 6 and extremely stable both thermally and chemically. It shows excellent physical properties, such as flexibility in thin walls and superior mechanical resistance.

Do not use in direct contact with food.

Benefits

- Extremely tough with superior tensile strength, elongation at break and impact strength, high fatigue endurance and low friction coefficient

- Very low warping and moisture absorption before and after printing

- Superior chemical, UV and heat resistance (over 120C)


Recommended Print Settings

Print temperature: 255-275C
Print bed temperature: 90-110C
Cooling fans: Off
Closed environment: Recommended

Important Note: Nylon is a challenging material to print. You may need to get a sheet of tufnol or garolite to print on to avoid warping.


Tolerance

1.75mm
+/- 0.02mm diameter
99% roundness accuracy
<0.02% moisture content

2.85mm
+/- 0.03mm diameter
99% roundness accuracy
<0.02% moisture content

Physical Properties

Density: 1.01 g/cm3 (Test method: ISO 1183/B)
Melting temperature (10C/min): 178C (Test method: ISO 11357-1/-3)

Introducing Kodak Nylon 12 Filament

Kodak Nylon 12 is an ideal material for durable parts and is the best choice for printing high-stress working mechanisms. It is much less hygroscopic than Nylon 6 and extremely stable both thermally and chemically. It shows excellent physical properties, such as flexibility in thin walls and superior mechanical resistance.

Do not use in direct contact with food.

Benefits

- Extremely tough with superior tensile strength, elongation at break and impact strength, high fatigue endurance and low friction coefficient

- Very low warping and moisture absorption before and after printing

- Superior chemical, UV and heat resistance (over 120C)


Recommended Print Settings

Print temperature: 255-275C
Print bed temperature: 90-110C
Cooling fans: Off
Closed environment: Recommended

Important Note: Nylon is a challenging material to print. You may need to get a sheet of tufnol or garolite to print on to avoid warping.


Tolerance

1.75mm
+/- 0.02mm diameter
99% roundness accuracy
<0.02% moisture content

2.85mm
+/- 0.03mm diameter
99% roundness accuracy
<0.02% moisture content

Physical Properties

Density: 1.01 g/cm3 (Test method: ISO 1183/B)
Melting temperature (10C/min): 178C (Test method: ISO 11357-1/-3)

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