Vexon 3D Technologies

Advanced Materials and Technologies

NylonX Ultra High Strength 3D Printing Filament

Vexon NylonX 3D Printing Filament

Our almost indestructible NylonX 3D printing filament is incredibly strong, durable, and a highly versatile 3D printing material. Flexible when thin, but with very high inter-layer adhesion which makes extremely strong parts.

NylonX has a transparent surface and is biocompatible, therefore it can be used to manufacture a wide range of implants and medical devices that need high strength.

Vexon NylonX 1.75mm Filament
500g Reel £45.99+Shipping
(Only 2 Left)

Our NylonX is an extremely flexible and strong filament which is a TPE and nylon based material. It is this combination that allows the material to be flexible durable and generate highly strong interlayer bonding.

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Recommended 3D Printing Settings

NylonX has a low printing temperature, which makes it capable of be 3D printed on all desktop 3D printers. Use a temperature of 230°C - 245°C. A glass build plate with PVA coating heated to 45°C works best.

This material generated no fumes, bonds perfectly to itself and the build platform with an elongation to fracture of 470%.

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Vexon 3D Technologies

Vexon 3D Technologies manufacture numerous components made from advanced materials, including ceramics, composites, biomaterials, high-performance alloys and printed electronics. We focus of the fabrication of electronics technologies, advanced structural materials and 3D printing in healthcare applications. We work across many different industrial sectors, including healthcare, aerospace and engineering.

Vexon has developed and manufactured components and structures for global customers across the world. If you would like to use our manufacturing services, then please get in touch with us. We are glad to help.

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