After launching their Alloy 910 3D printer filament last week, taulman3D has yet released another material.
Called Nylon 680, the filament has been developed in cooperation with Graphene 3D Lab. The two companies have announced their collaboration for research and 3D printing material development back in November last year.
Nylon 680 was specifically enhanced for FDM 3D printing applications. Usually the material tends to clump or printed objects show an inconsistent viscosity during the extrusion process. The new filament is designed to completely eliminate this problem. Additionally, Nylon 680 is dishwasher safe and can handle the high temperatures of boiling water and steam.
Taulman3D explains that they use a different filament manufacturing process, where pellets are not extruded but “drawn” under water.
- Tensile Strength: 4,686 PSI
- Print Temperature: 250 – 255°C
- Shrinkage: 0.006 in/in
- Availability: 1.75 mm and 2,85 mm
- FDA approved
Nylon 680 filament is available in 1 lb spools for $ 70 and will be shipped worldwide.