News — nylon filament

Raise your expectations!

Posted by Jeff Coulter on

Raise your expectations!

What can YOU print? One of our *great* and talented customers printed this A M A Z I N G OBJECT in Taulman 230 Nylon! Order your N2PLUS NOW!

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Got Raise3D?

Posted by Jeff Coulter on

Got Raise3D?

We have Raise3D N2 [dual extruder] and N2PLUS [dual extruder] units in stock and ready to ship, along with spare parts and expert service and advice. https://profound3d.com/collections/raise3d-n-series-printers

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Nylon on the Raise3D N2 series.

Posted by Jeff Coulter on

From a good friend and client - we'll call him Jan for now [since that is his name]:I have had some success with the Taulman 230 use ABS High Res setting.Bump up the bed temp to 90Bump up the nozzle temp to 255Cover the extruder fans so that they are not blowing on the parts ( I use apiece of duct tape) [or you can use the Raise3D provided slide on covers from the accessory bag].And use the override on the travel speed set at 60%And I cover the print are with the all-purpose Elmer's glue stick.The corners do warp...

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Zortrax update on Nylon filament

Posted by Frank Quinlisk on

Zortrax update on Nylon filament

We've had some customers inquire regarding an Nylon filament for Zortrax printers. Here's an update from Zortrax in Poland which does an excellent job of explaining their perspective, as well as the challenges of working with different filament materials.  We are constantly working on many types of filaments including Nylon. It takes some time, because our printers, filaments and software makes one ecosystem, and we have to be sure that we can achieve the same quality every time our customers need it. With Nylon filaments it’s not an easy task. We have to set the temperature and other settings very...

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