T-Lyne is a significant development in the advancement of 3d printing materials.
Developed in conjunction with DuPont, T-Lyne incorporates DuPont's surlyn
ionomer, the material used to coat golf balls and bowling pins to make them
This is a unique and rare filament, with a crystal clear polyethylene co-polymer
developed specifically for high durability, flexibility, unique viscosity and a
wide temperature range. Glass-like aesthetics can easily be obtained at high
layer sizes using low speed and low temperatures in the range of 190 C to 210.
The filament has a very high impact resistance element, and even a small
perimeter of 3D printed T-Lyne can withstand strong impact and pressure.
The material is well suited for the printing of prosthetics.
Optimal print temperature: 215C
to 220C (nozzles smaller than .5mm can use a higher temp up to 235C)
Nozzle: Any size but larger
Print speed: ABS speeds
Print bed: Glass heated to
45C with coat of PVA