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Taulman 618 Nylon - 3.00mm (1lb)

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1lb of 3mm Taulman 618 Nylon printer filament. This formulation of Nylon has been specifically created and tested for use in 3D printing. High strength, durability and chemical resistance make this an ideal material for creating production quality parts.

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31.00 USD
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One 1lb spool of 3mm Taulman "618" High Strength Nylon Co-Polymer specifically engineered for 3D Printing.

Print Recommendations
Extrusion Temperature Range: 235C-270C
Recommended Extrusion Temperature: 240C-250C
Heated Bed: Yes
Bed Material: Tape or Wood Fiber (ex. Garolite)

Color: Natural - Prints as a bright natural to white with a translucent surface. Color can be added post process with most common clothing dyes.

Co-Polymer: 4-Station-Drawn and Extruded "3D Printing Specific" Nylon based co-polymer. Specifically designed for 3D Printing applications where excellent surface bonding, reduced water absorption, tear resistance and dye absorption are combined in an easy-to-print 3mm line.

Chemically resistant to: Alcohols, Resins+MEK, Oils, Acetone, Most all Alkaline, most 2 part Casting Compounds.

Testers have confirmed that the following printers have had no issues printing 618:

  • Makerbot Replicator I
  • Makerbot Replicator II
  • PrintrBot
  • PrintrBot Plus
  • Ultimaker
  • TOM
  • Cupcake
  • CB Printer
  • MakeMendel
  • Rostock SeeMeCNC
  • Mendel
  • Lulzbot
  • The Future is 3D
  • Mendel Max
  • Makergear
  • RepRap
  • RepRap Pro Huxley
  • RepRap Pro Mendel
  • Rostock
  • UP!
  • Bits from Bites
  • Afinia
  • Robot Factory
  • Airwolf 3D

Taulman 618 is Manufactured in the U.S.A.

Bed temps - what is recommended? (UM2)
- asked by James on March 10th, 2016 at 7:23a.m.
Hi, I just wanted to check if you have experience printing nylon without a heated bed? Does it work at all? Unfortunately my Ultimaker does not have a heated bed, and I need something with good tensile strength and not as brittle as PLA. Something like ABS but since I don't have a heated bed, I have heard I can't use ABS. What do you recommend?
- asked by Feroze on July 30th, 2013 at 8:49a.m.
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