3D PRINTING

Build Volume

Nylon Based Material

  • 318mm x 240mm x 220mm
  • Dual Extruder Support
  • Nozzle Sizes (0.4mm, 0.8mm, 1.2mm)

ABS, PLA, and Non-Nylon Based Filament

  • 330mm x 330mm x 690mm
  • Dual Extruder Support
  • Nozzle Sizes (0.4mm, 0.8mm)

Material Available

  • Alloy 910
    • A combined tensile strength higher than the strongest co-polyesters, the durability of Nylons, a shrink factor that rivals Taulman’s T-Glase, a vast range of chemical resistance, and a 95°C working range.
  • NylonX
    • NylonX is an engineering grade nylon filament which is blended with chopped carbon fibers (approximately 20% by weight), creating a high-strength filament capable of printing tough, shatter-resistant, functional parts.
  • NylonG
    • NylonG features glass fiber reinforcement which reduces the amount of flex in the base nylon. This means that printed parts under stress will hold their shape better, retaining dimensional accuracy. The glass fiber specifically adds much more impact resistance to printed parts, making this 3D printing filament great for parts that take a beating. Popular in aerospace development and testing, glass fiber reinforced materials can absorb large amounts of energy while maintaining shape and structural integrity.
  • ABS
    • ABS, aka Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene, is a multipurpose material commonly used in 3D printing. ABS is the same material that Lego bricks are made out of and is a great plastic for fully usable parts. Final products made with ABS are very durable, withstand a wide range of temperatures, and tend to be more flexible than those in PLA
  • PLA

    • PLA, aka Polylactic Acid, is a multipurpose material commonly used in 3D printing. PLA is a bioplastic, which means it is made from renewable natural resources such as corn starch and tapioca products. As a biodegradable material, it is much better for the environment, especially compared to petrochemical-based alternatives (such as ABS).

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