Nylon 645 properties and characteristics
- Pyrolysis Thermal Degradation: 340°C
- Tensile Strength : 36MPa
- Elongation at Break : 186%
- Standard Tolerance : ± 0.01 mm
- Layer Thickness/Height : .2mm Maximum for Best Resolution
- Melt Temperature : 194°C
- Opacity : 65%
- Density: 1.08g/cm^3
- Heat Deflection: 3.00mm
- Color : Natural
- Shrinkage- in/in : 0.0062
What Is Nylon Material?
Nylon is that there is almost no de-lamination. The binding of thread-to-thread is comparatively higher than with ABS or PLA, despite the parts being subject to splitting at right angle transitions. Nylon 645 is a nylon 6/9, or a variant of nylon 6 and nylon 6T with a crystallinity optimization procedure. This provides a high degree of transparency. The transparency permits the commercial internal control teams to guage written components while not harmful analysis.
- 645 is a 50% transparent white color
- This 3d printing material has a higher strength than 618 and is about 20% less pliable
- 645 is a preferred polymer when parts to be printed will be subject to high stresses
- 645 will dye with acid based dyes. Even though the polymer is less flexible, it maintains the smooth surface feature of nylons
- As an extremely durable polymer, it handles stress at elevated temperatures
- 645 does not leave any nylon dust deposit amid tap operations
Applications of Nylon Material
Nylon is perfect for applications that request high exhaustion perseverance, including repetitive snap fits and contact fit additions. Aerospace and automotive applications include custom creation tooling, jigs and fixtures, and prototypes for interior paneling, low-heat air-intake components and antenna covers. Nylon makes durable prototypes for snap-fit panels and impact-protective components.