Strength: 8,100 PSI • Elongation: 32% • Tg: 82°C

Nylon 910 is the absolute highest strength material we have ever printed with. It is specially formulated by Taulman to reach an ultimate tensile strength of 8100PSI with 32% elongation to break. To top that off, alloy 910 also has the lowest rate of water absorption of any of the nylons we tested and a very low shrinkage rate of 0.33%.

The glass transition temperature for nylon 910 is 82C, just 8 degrees shy of typical ABS filaments. This makes it an excellent substitution for small ABS parts that need the highest durability 3D printing can provide.

Pros:

• Highest strength material we have

• Lowest rate of water absorption of any of the nylons we have

Cons:

• Price

• Difficult to print

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