Printing with Nylon – Taulman Alloy 910
Can you 3D print PEI?
PEI (Polyetherimide) is a great building surface for any 3D printer. The amber / yellow colored surface is commonly used to print a whole range of different filament types such as the two most commonly used ones, ABS and PLA. Depending on the filament type a heated build surface might still be required.
Is 3D printing nylon safe?
Yes, 3D printer fumes can be dangerous. In the 3D printing process, the melting of plastic releases harmful particles into the air. Notably, the melting of ABS, PETG, and Nylon filaments emits particles that may induce headaches, nausea and irritate the eyes and nasal tract.
Can you 3D print polyoxymethylene?
Polyoxymethylene or acetal, better known by the abbreviation POM, is a thermoplastic and belongs to the family of polyacetals. Discovered in 1920, it is now one of the most widely used materials in injection moulding, after polypropylene (PP) and polyamide (PA), but is also becoming increasingly popular in 3D printing.
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