Nylon CoPA (Nylon Copolymer) is a versatile material widely used in FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) 3D printing due to its exceptional properties and wide range of applications. It is a strong and durable thermoplastic that offers a combination of toughness, flexibility, and heat resistance.
Nylon CoPA is a popular choice in FDM 3D printing due to its excellent mechanical properties, heat resistance, chemical resistance, and versatility. It enables the production of functional and durable parts for a wide range of applications across different industries.
Nylon CoPA is often used to create functional prototypes for testing and validation purposes. Its strength and durability make it suitable for simulating the performance of end-use parts.
Nylon CoPA can be used to produce jigs, fixtures, and tooling components used in manufacturing processes. Its toughness and resistance to wear make it suitable for handling repetitive tasks and maintaining dimensional stability.
Nylon CoPA can be used to produce customized parts and components with complex geometries. Its high strength-to-weight ratio allows for lightweight yet robust designs, making it suitable for applications in industries such as automotive, aerospace, and consumer goods.
Nylon CoPA is also utilized for producing functional end-use parts, especially in applications that require good mechanical properties, such as gears, bearings, housings, brackets, and connectors. Its excellent toughness and resistance to impact make it well-suited for these applications.
Nylon CoPA's electrical insulating properties, combined with its mechanical strength, make it suitable for producing electrical and electronics components, including enclosures, connectors, and housings.
Nylon CoPA is commonly used in the automotive industry for applications such as air intake manifolds, engine covers, and brackets due to its heat resistance, chemical resistance, and mechanical properties.
The flexibility and durability of Nylon CoPA make it suitable for applications in the sporting goods industry, such as protective gear, handles, grips, and various other components.
|Material||Nylon Copolymer (CoPA)|
|Density||1.10 - 1.14 g/cm³|
|Tensile Strength||50 - 80 MPa|
|Elongation at Break||20 - 80%|
|Flexural Strength||60 - 80 MPa|
|Flexural Modulus||1500 - 3000 MPa|
|Heat Deflection Temperature (HDT/A)||80 - 110°C|
|Melting Point||160 - 180°C|
|Specific Volume Resistivity||10^13 - 10^15 Ω·m|
|Linear Mold Shrinkage||0.2 - 0.5%|