XSTRAND™ GF30-PA6 - 1.75MM - 2.2KG - BLACK XSTRAND™ GF30-PA6 - 1.75MM - 2.2KG - BLACK

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GF-30 PA6:

Features and Benefits:

- Materials designed for functional prototyping and industrial applications
- Engineered reinforced plastics
- Very stiff and strong
- Large operational temperature range: -20 ˚C to 120 ˚C
- Good chemical and UV resistance
- Excellent layer adhesion
- No warping

 

    Printing Recommendations:

    - XSTRAND™ filaments are designed to be compatible with most of open fused filament fabrication 3D printers available on the market
    - Hardened steel nozzle is highly recommended to print XSTRAND™. When melted, XSTRAND™ filament can be abrasive due to its glass reinforcement. Using hardened steel nozzles and extruder driving wheels is advised. Hardened steel nozzles can be found at

    https://www.p3-d.com/collections/duraplat-3d-extruder-nozzles

    or

    https://www.3dxtech.com/e3dv6-hercules-a2-hardened-steel-nozzle/

    - Nozzle diameter: >0.4mm
    - It’s recommended to start with default setting for nylon materials in the slicer software.
    - Nozzle temperature: 220 – 280 ̊C
    - Bed temperature: 80-110 ̊C
    - Better bed adhesion is achieved using the following components for standard nylon printing.
    - Perforated bed (such as the one on Zortrax machines). If you are using a perforated bed, you don’t need kapton tape or glue sticks.
    - If you are printing on glass bed, a regular all-purpose elmer’s glue stick is preferred for better bed adhesion.
    - If you are printing on PI Katpon adhesive tape, a glue stick is also recommended.
    - Or you can choose to use a PEI sheet

      Case studies:

      Rossignol https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FsfPWo7Ngw
      Seair: https://youtu.be/Pg-7HgO7ZfQ

      About Owens Corning:

      - A world leader in glass fiber composite
      - More than 500 researchers in five R&D centers
      - $5.7 billion sales (2016)
      - 17,000 employees in 33 countries
      - 3D Printing labs in Ohio, USA and France

         

         

         


        GF-30 PA6:

        Features and Benefits:

        - Materials designed for functional prototyping and industrial applications
        - Engineered reinforced plastics
        - Very stiff and strong
        - Large operational temperature range: -20 ˚C to 120 ˚C
        - Good chemical and UV resistance
        - Excellent layer adhesion
        - No warping

         

          Printing Recommendations:

          - XSTRAND™ filaments are designed to be compatible with most of open fused filament fabrication 3D printers available on the market
          - Hardened steel nozzle is highly recommended to print XSTRAND™. When melted, XSTRAND™ filament can be abrasive due to its glass reinforcement. Using hardened steel nozzles and extruder driving wheels is advised. Hardened steel nozzles can be found at

          https://www.p3-d.com/collections/duraplat-3d-extruder-nozzles

          or

          https://www.3dxtech.com/e3dv6-hercules-a2-hardened-steel-nozzle/

          - Nozzle diameter: >0.4mm
          - It’s recommended to start with default setting for nylon materials in the slicer software.
          - Nozzle temperature: 220 – 280 ̊C
          - Bed temperature: 80-110 ̊C
          - Better bed adhesion is achieved using the following components for standard nylon printing.
          - Perforated bed (such as the one on Zortrax machines). If you are using a perforated bed, you don’t need kapton tape or glue sticks.
          - If you are printing on glass bed, a regular all-purpose elmer’s glue stick is preferred for better bed adhesion.
          - If you are printing on PI Katpon adhesive tape, a glue stick is also recommended.
          - Or you can choose to use a PEI sheet

            Case studies:

            Rossignol https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FsfPWo7Ngw
            Seair: https://youtu.be/Pg-7HgO7ZfQ

            About Owens Corning:

            - A world leader in glass fiber composite
            - More than 500 researchers in five R&D centers
            - $5.7 billion sales (2016)
            - 17,000 employees in 33 countries
            - 3D Printing labs in Ohio, USA and France

               

               

               

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