Specially developed to exhibit the ideal characteristics of several different classes of 3D printing filaments, Alloy 910 offers the strength and durability of nylon with the same minimal shrink nature of PLA and T-Glase.
Alloy 910 is among the strongest materials you can currently 3D print. When 3D printed, it has a tensile strength of 8,500 PSI, making Alloy 910 almost as strong as Polycarbonate but easier to 3D print since it warps five times less.
STIFF AND DURABLE USE
Perfect for applications where high strength and stiffness is key. Use Alloy 910 for frames or enclosures subject to stress and high impact, and items subject to repeated flexing such as buckles and clasps. Like other nylons, Alloy 910 has a large chemical resistance range and can even be dyed to achieve custom color profiles using Rit® brand dye.
EASE OF USE
Recommended for advanced users. In general, 3D printing with nylon filaments can be challenging due to bed adhesion treatments, slower printing speeds, and higher extrusion temperatures.
COMPARABLE FILAMENT MATERIALS
For applications where incredible strength is required, and exposure to hotter temperatures is likely, consider Polycarbonate filament. Due to the high extrusion temperature, Polycarbonate can maintain its shape in the most challenging of environments.
Printing Accessory Required: A tool head equipped with our LulzBot Hexagon Hot End is required due to the high ideal printing temperature range.
Print Surface Recommendation: Alloy 910 is a nylon filament material, therefore applying a glue stick (such as UHU® brand) directly to the print surface before starting your LulzBot 3D printer is strongly recommended for increased printed object adhesion.
Filament Diameter: 3 mm (0.12 inches)
Amount of Filament: 1 lb (0.45 kg)
Filament color may vary
Special Tool Head Requirements: LulzBot Hexagon Hot End recommended
Hot End Temperature Range: 245°C-250°C
PEI film recommended with a glue stick (such as UHU® brand) applied to the print surface prior to powering on your LulzBot 3D printer.
Maintain the print surface by powering off your LulzBot and cleaning the glue stick residue with a soft cloth and water.
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