Spectrum Filament Nylon PA6 Low Warp 1.75mm Black 1kg


Spectrum

Spectrum PA6 Low Warp is an extremely durable printing material (filament) with very low shrinkage, which is characteristic for printing this material.
✔️ Resistance to lubricants and oils,
✔️ High impact strength
✔️ Very good mechanical properties. More

Product code: spe_0799 Transport and payment options

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Spectrum

Spectrum PA6 Low Warp is an extremely durable printing material (filament) with very low shrinkage, which is characteristic for printing this material.
✔️ Resistance to lubricants and oils,
✔️ High impact strength
✔️ Very good mechanical properties. More

Product code: spe_0799 Transport and payment options

Strong and at the same time very resistant to mechanical stress.

Spectrum PA6 Low Warp is an extremely durable polycaprolactam-based construction material enhanced with additives to reduce the severe shrinkage that is characteristic of printing this material. The most important features of Spectrum PA6 Low Warp filament include:

✔️ Resistanceto lubricants and oils,

✔️ Highimpact strength

✔️ Verygood mechanical properties.

The improved cohesiveness of Spectrum PA6 Low Warp material allows to significantly reduce the "twisting" effect (especially at the corners of the printed model). The reduction of this negative effect is related to the low shrinkage during production at 0.3%.

The additives used in the production of Spectrum PA6 Low Warp make it a self-lubricating material, so that the parts produced can be used in conditions where friction occurs. In addition, the printed components will have good electrical insulation properties and will also exhibit physical indifference.

In order to achieve the very interesting properties of the Polyamide Low Warp material, it is technically necessary to follow the basic rules for storing these materials (in a dry and dark place with humidity below 15%). To achieve the best performance of the printed item, it is recommended to dry the material before starting to print.