Now you can print high strength nylon using your PLA printer! It does not require a heated bed or even an all metal hot end. A great high strength alternative to PLA and ABS.
Nylon 230 is the first nylon ever developed to be printed at 230°C or a lower temperature than any other 3D Printing Nylon. With the release of Nylon 230, taulman3D is providing owners of PLA only or PLA and ABS only 3D Printers to add a high strength Nylon to their list of material choices.
In addition, Nylon 230 prints on Blue tape, and even better on "built-tak" type surfaces as well as print bed treated with various PVA glues/glue sticks.
Nylon 230 is not quite as strong as some of the other taulman3d nylon material (618, 645, Bridge) but is still a very durable, strong and chemically resistant material, enabling you to print engineering grade functional parts using a simple PLA 3D printer.
Net Weight: 1lb (0.45kg)
Printing Temperature: 230°C (225 - 235°C)
Print Speed: 80% of ABS speeds
Retraction: .5mm nozzle = 5mm
Hot = Glass heated to 45C with coat of PVA glue stick
Cold = Blue tape
Cold = BuildTak with coat of PVA glue stick