Alloy 910 by Taulman3D is the result of a joint effort between chemical experts and extrusion technicians to specifically develop a single material capable of meeting as many engineering-grade 3D printing needs as possible. It is rigid and easy to 3D print with similar to PLA, but hard and durable like nylon, making it the perfect material for consistent, high-performance 3D printing.
THE PERFECT FILAMENT FOR HIGH-PERFORMANCE 3D PRINTING
With a tensile strength of over 8,100 PSI, Taulman3D’s Alloy 910 3D printing filament possesses a combined tensile strength higher than the strongest co-polyesters. This material also boasts hardness and durability comparable to nylon 3D printing filaments while maintaining a minimal shrinkage factor to rival that of Taulman3D’s own t-glase PETT 3D printing filament. Taulman3D Alloy 910 achieves all of this while featuring no fillers, a wide range of chemical resistance, a working range of 82°C, and easily 3D printed at a temperature of 250°C - 255°C.
A housing, jig, and fixture part 3D printed using Taulman3D Alloy 910 Natural filament.
- Recommended nozzle temperature: 250°C - 255°C
- Recommended print bed temperature: 50°C - 60°C
- Download the Technical Data Sheet here!