3D printing materials developer taulman 3D has announced the latest addition to its expanding high strength materials portfolio. Created with a combination of expertise from chemical companies, extrusion manufacturers and taulman 3D, Alloy 910 is designed to meet as many high performance 3D printing applications as possible.
Alloy 910 is a pure polymer with a combined tensile strength higher than the strongest co-polyesters along with the durability of nylon.
Marketed as a one solution fits all material, taulman believes Alloy 910 is a “measureable advancement in that it allows anyone to print much stronger parts by simply using a new material.”
Released to a select few industrial and professional users worldwide back in 2014, the material underwent several adjustments to increase specific features and meet the demands of the industry.
3D printed parts in Alloy 910 designed to meet as many high performance 3D printing needs as possible.
The biggest feature of Alloy 910 is its unrivalled strength measured at 8,100 PSI allowing you to print at 245 °C. This has been made possible without adding any modifiers such as carbon nano-tubes, carbon fibred of fillers which makes it easy to print at any nozzle size.
Other notable properties include a 0.0031 in shrinkage rate, high chemical resistance and a 95 °C working range.
In addition to industrial and utility usage, the specific product range for Alloy 910 is intended at both small and large component Robotics. With a combination of a supper low friction surface and a high tensile strength, Alloy 910 provides the capability to design more powerful articulation systems in a smaller assembly.
taulman Alloy 910 is available now and shipping worldwide in both 1.75mm and 2.85mm round.