Over the years 3D printing has evolved excellently and this technique plays a major role in different industries such as manufacturing, medicine, art, design etc., 3D printing filaments are thermoplastic raw materials used for filament freeform fabrication. The kind of nylon filament used impacts the process of 3D printing. A good filament is the one which has a higher consistency of diameter and which is evenly wound on the spool with an accurate tension without getting tangled when unwound.
The brand new eSun ePA Nylon 3D Printing Filament is one of the best carbon fiber nylon filaments being manufactured. The filament is Environmentally friendly nylon material. Printing smoothly, odourless with a matte finish. High Strength, High Rigidity, Good Toughness, Wear-Resisting, fitting to 3D print industrial parts.
Compared with Nylon, it has lower shrink rate and distortion, high accuracy without a warped edge. Good flame resistance, Flame-retardant level: UL94-V2.
ePA 3D Printer filament 1.75mm 1Kg-Natural is environmentally friendly, Nylon based fiber filament to provide Printing smoothly, odorless ness, matte finish printing effect. It provides the High Strength, High Rigidity, Good Toughness, Wear-Resisting, fitting to the 3D printed object for the use of industrial parts where strong tensile strength is required for what Nylon material is known for. ePA Nylon is sensitive to moisture. Always keep it dry before and during printing.
Print temperature range: 235~260℃
Print Base temperature: 60-80℃
Print Speed：30-60 mm/s
Nozzle Type: Hardened/Disposable
Nozzle Diameter: >1mm (0.6mm recommended)
Heated bed: 80°C (Use of Elmer’s purple glue stick is recommended for adhesion)
Min layer time: 5 seconds
A stainless-steel nozzle is needed.
PA – Nylon filaments for 3D Printers is a popular synthetic polymer mainly used for industrial applications. Nylon is the heavyweight champion of 3D printing filaments. Compared to most other Filaments it is unbeatable in the field of strength, flexibility and durability. Nylon is more difficult to process than most filaments. The material should be stored in a dry and cool place.
Note: ePA Nylon is sensitive to moisture. Always keep it dry before and during printing.
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