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Alloy 910 is a measurable advancement in 3D Printing materials technology from taulman3D. taulman Alloy 910 3D Printer Filament is the combined effort of chemical companies, extrusion manufactures and taulman3D to specifically develop a single material to meet as many high performance 3D Printing needs as possible. With a combined tensile strength higher than the strongest co-polyesters, the durability of Nylons, a shrinkage factor that rivals our t-glase, a vast range of chemical resistance and a 95C working range, you now have one solution easily printable at 245C.
Tensile Strength = 8,100PSI
Modulus PSI = 72,932
Max Elongation at break = 31%
Print Temperature = 245C - 250C
Nozzle size = Any - There are no particulates or additives in Alloy 910
Tg = 82C
Print Bed =
Cold = BuildTak with coat of PVA
Hot = Glass heated to 45C with coat of PVA
(PVA is 50% water and 50% "Elmers Glue All")
Shrinkage = 0.0033 in/in
Transmission = 75%
Color = Clear w/Subtle Amber - May be dyed with acid based dyes.
I build small combat robots for a hobby that have to withstand high impacts from spinning titanium blades and so I have been looking for a stronger material to use in my Prusa i3 printer. The people at 3D Printer World Aylesbury suggested and obtained for me some of your Alloy 910 nylon.
Here is a chassis I printed using glue stick on glass at 45 C and a head temperature of 250 C.
This material appears much stronger and more resilient than the ABS I have been using and as it has a little more give it should help to absorb some of the impacts.
The other advantage is that you can easily Dye the material either before or after printing using Rit Dye available from Ebay.
Here is the finished robot with the chassis wheels and lid dyed after printing.