Taulman Alloy 910 – Resists high temperatures, high strengths, high durability and high tensile 3D printing filament
You need a high impact, high durability co-polymer? Then Taulman Alloy 910 is the right material for you. It is the first 3D printable alloy with a tensile strength of 8,100 PSI, matching 10-15% glass filled materials! You can use Alloy 910 for high-temperature, high-strength and high-durability applications. Furthermore, it matches any need that requires a high-tensile feature along with high-durability. Due to Alloy 910's chemical composition, it has the least water absorption of all similar materials containing a Nylon component.
3D printing material for molding and robotics
Taulman Alloy 910 is a brilliant material for 3D printing molding and robotics. It is a perfect filament for these applications due to its high-tech material porperties.
- High impact, high durability co-polymer Alloy
- High tensile strength of 8.100 PSI – Matching 10-15%% glass filled materials
- Resists high-temperatures
- High strengths
- High durability
- High tensile
- Excellent material for molding and robotics
- Least water absorption of all similar materials containing a Nylon component
|Print temp||245C - 250C|
|Print speed||equivalent to ABS|
|Retraction||1mm/.1mm nozzle or fop a .5mm nozzle = 5mm|
|Print bed||Cold = BuildTak with coat of PVA |
Hot = Glass heated to 45C with coat of PVA
(PVA is 50% water and 50% "Elmers Glue All")
|Max Elongation at break||31%|
|Color||Clear w/Subtle Amber - May be dyed with acid based dyes.|
Buy now the strong and durable filament Taulman Alloy 910. This is the ideal material if you want to 3D print parts for molding or robotic. More information here.