3D printing materials
3D printing with Glass-Filled Nylon
3D printing with Glass-Filled Nylon material is a cost effective option for a stronger and stiffer end product. Read more about it below.
You can order Glass-Filled Nylon to improve the strength, heat resistance, and overall quality of your parts. These parts are great for industrial-grade projects because of their durability and cost-effectiveness. Additionally, this material is especially good for producing small details and complex designs.
|Applications||Glass-filled Nylon parts are exceptionally sturdy. They are more expensive than regular nylon parts, but are better enforced and resilient.|
|Price||$ $ $ $ $|
|Lead Time||+/- 6 business days|
|Wall Thickness||1 mm|
|Tolerance||(X,Y): +\\- 0.300mm or 100mm +\\- 0.3%
(Z): +\\- 0.400mm or > 100mm +\\- 0.4%
|Max part size||(HP MJF 4210 and 5210): 380mm x 280mm x 380mm|
|Layer height||80 μm|
MJF Nylon Glass filled PA 12
We offer glass-filled printing with our PA 12 material. You can select the glass-filled material when uploading your files in our instant quote page. With essentially the same properties as the regular PA 12 material, glass-filled parts are more durable and sturdy. They are also more thermal resistant. We suggest choosing glass-filled nylon if your parts require increased strength properties.
FAQ 1: What resolution are your prints?
Our prints have a layer thickness of 80 microns in MJF and 120 microns in SLS.
FAQ 2: What types of printers do you use?
We print with HP MJF 4200 and 5210 machines, as well as EOS P396, P770, and XYZ 230 machines.
FAQ 3: What types of finishes do you offer?
We offer raw, tumbled, polished, and vapor polished finishes on our parts.
FAQ 4: Does tumbling, polishing, or vapor polishing affect the dimensions of my parts?
Tumbling, polishing, or vapor polishing finishes may affect the final dimensions of your parts by 0.05mm.
FAQ 5: Do you offer rush production?
Rush production is available for MJF PA12, SLS PA12, and SLS PA2200. However, you must have your orders in by 2:00 MST in order to start printing the same day. If you order comes in after 2:00 MST, your rush production order will be delayed by one business day. You can select rush production on our quote page.
FAQ 6: What is your most flexible material?
Our TPU with a shore hardness of 86A is the most flexible material we have.
FAQ 7: What type of files can you print off of?
We can print off almost any CAD file type. We prefer .STL files.