Alloy 910 Print temp = 245C - 250C Nozzle = any size Print speed = equivalent to ABS Retraction = 1mm/.1mm nozzle or for a .5mm nozzle = 5mm Print bed = Hot = Glass heated to 45C with coat of PVA Cold = BuildTak with coat of PVA
- Manufacturer ID is self assigned and used for Production and shipping references
- Based on an average of reported values. Nominally 5C lower with SeeMECNC and E3D HE's due to their structures
- Note on t-glase…If the platform cools faster than the part, then a glass platform may suffer cracks. Tg on Nylon can be missleading due to nylon's structure
- Pyrolysis is basically "Boiling"….Check your thermistor!
- Print Bed temperature for nylons is a function of reducing the "shock" from layer to layer. Shock is defined as the time between layers such that the temp diff is at it's greatest.
- Small parts in t-glase need a fan on the part being printed due to it's Tg
- Moisture plays a strong part in shrinkage. Less moisture = less shrinkage.
- To adhere nylon to nylon, use a soldering iron.
- Testing performed by St Louis Testing Laboratories
Unit = 5500R Instron with Bluehill Software….
ASTM D412-0a E2
5 pc's printed at rated temperature
Bars are .1314" thk
All surfaces (no fill, just surfaces)
45 degree surfaces
- As natural is not a specific color, we are working on a Pantone equivalent.
- Living hinge is using the material flexible properties as a hinge assuming 2000 90 degree transitions.
- As nylon will take on water, only air cooling should be used.
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