Nylon PA6

Strong and abrasion-resistant Nylon PA6

Poliamide Low Warp is an extremely durable construction material based on polycaprolactam improved with admixtures to reduce the high shrinkage inherent to the processing of such materials. A major feature of the polyamide is its increased mechanical strength as compared to other plastics.

The material also features exceptional thermal properties, chemical resistance and a relatively high resistance to corrosion stimulators. Poliamide Low Warp belongs to the few materials with low processing shrinkage, approx. 0.3%.

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Good tribological properties Nylon PA6
Density 1.15 g/cm3
Nozzle temperature 250-280°C
Bed temperature 80-100°C
Printing speed 40-70 mm/s
Verify your spool - track diameter YES
1.75 mm 2.85 mm 500g 1000g
    Key features:
  • exceptionally low processing shrinkage of 0.3%
  • a very wide temperature range for prolonged operation as well as a very high temperature up to 150°C for short-time operation
  • high mechanical strength
  • chemical resistance to lubricants and oils
  • wide range of applications
  • very robust lamination of layers
  • production of gear wheels and racks, slide bearings, sweep-off gears and guide rolls operated in elevated temperatures up to 100°C on a prolonged basis and up to 150°C on a short-time basis
  • all types of ring and plate seals with an increased chemical and corrosion resistance
  • end-use parts
  • tooling
  • functional prototyping
  • industrial modelling
To attain the very attractive properties of Poliamide Low Warp, as regards the technical aspects, you need to follow the basic storage rules for such materials (in a dry and dark place with humidity below 15%). To obtain the best parameters of the printed object possible, it is recommended to dry the material prior to work.
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