taulman3D’s New 3D Printing Material is a Bridge to Everywhere

taulman3D continues to add to its strong line of 3D printing materials. The material developer has just released a new, high strength Nylon co-polymer 3D printing material to testers around the world for review, ahead of general release. 

The new material is named “Bridge” — a symbolic name on two levels — firstly in that represents the collaborative effort behind the development of the material by thousands of nylon 618 and nylon 645 users, together with the help and support of taulman3D’s extrusion house and chemical company.

The Bridge moniker is also representative of how the material is bridging the strength of nylon 645 together with the price of current ABS and PLA thermoplastics and allows any user the flexibility to determine the best choice in material for their printing needs, according to taulman3D.

Listening to its community of users is a key driver for taulman3D and over the company’s history, they have been doing just that while logging and prioritizing the most sought after features of a high strength 3D printing material. Accordingly, these were the results, in priority order:

  • A lab certified measure of tensile strength
  • Better adherence to the printing platform
  • Price
  • Reduced water up-take from local humidity
  • Non-destructive evaluation (Opacity)
  • Reduced shrinkage

Read more: 3DPrintingIndustry.com