Nylon 12 Powder 6 kg

PD-FS-P12G-01

599

Balancing strength and detail, Nylon 12 Powder is a highly capable material for both functional prototyping and end-use production of complex assemblies and durable parts with high environmental stability. Our Nylon 12 Powder is specifically developed for use on the Fuse 1.

Nylon 12 Powder is ideal for:

  • High-performance prototyping
  • Small batch manufacturing
  • Permanent jigs, fixtures, and tooling
  • Biocompatible, sterilizable parts*

* Material properties may vary based on part design and manufacturing practices. It is the manufacturer’s responsibility to validate the suitability of the printed parts for the intended use.

  • Nylon 12 Powder 6 kg

Why Choose Nylon 12 Powder

With high tensile strength and environmental stability, Nylon 12 Powder is suitable for creating complex assemblies and durable parts with minimal water absorption.


Versatile Prototyping
Nylon 12 is a highly capable thermoplastic for a range of functional prototypes.


Dimensional Accuracy
This reformulation reduced layer thickness by 33%, improving surface finish & accuracy


Economical Refresh Rate
Get the most out of your material by printing with up to 70% recycled powder.


Environmental Stability
Nylon 12 prints absorb very little moisture and are resistant to light, heat, and chemicals.

Applications

Use Nylon 12 Powder for both functional prototyping and end-use production of complex assemblies and durable parts with high environmental stability.

High performance prototyping
Small batch manufacturing
Permanent jigs, fixtures, and tooling
Biocompatible, sterilizable parts*

* Material properties may vary based on part design and manufacturing practices. It is the manufacturer’s responsibility to validate the suitability of the printed parts for the intended use.

Material Properties

Nylon 12 (Metric)
Ultimate Tensile Strength
50 MPa
Tensile Modulus
1850 MPa
Elongation at Break (X/Y)
11 %
Notched IZOD
32 J/m
Refresh Rate
30 %

Post-Processing

Post-processing with the Fuse Sift powder recovery station and a media blasting station is recommended. To learn more about post-processing Fuse 1 prints, download our workflow guide.

Fuse 1 Workflow & Technology Guide