The Taulman3D filaments
Taulman3D is known for it's exceptional filaments. The famous
nylons are easy to print and extremely strong and durable.
At 3Dogg.com we have a selection of the very best: Alloy 910, Nylon 680 FDA, T-Lyne and the new Guidel!ne.
(spools are 450gr)
Taulman Alloy 910
Alloy 910 is a significant development by
taulman3D and both our chemical house and post processing
company. The goal was to provide a super material with very
high tensile, yet sufficient elongation to maintain a high degree
of durability. Alloy 910, when 3D Printed comes in at 8,100
PSI Tensile and close to 12,000PSI when injection
Any industrial parts that are currently being made of other high tensile polymers.
Large motor mounting
Industrial vibration isolators and damping parts
High Pressure Sand Blasting resistant
Sand Blast Masking
Electroplating supports and hangers
Chemical dip and tank supports.
High end gears and cams
Chemical resistant equipment covers.
Taulman 680 FDA
Nylon 680 was developed at taulman3D to meet
certain FDA criteria for clinical and other
There are many uses in the clinical, food and medical industries.
As any material needs to be fully tested for each use, it will be several months before testing is complete and certified uses are noted.
Nylon 680 FDA is compatible with ethylene oxide and flash steam post processing, it is also dishwasher safe.
Guidel!ne is a unique high strength PETG
based material with excellent high temperature printing
capabilities. Users know that printing small features of some parts
can be difficult due to thermal build-up. Guidel!ne is much
less susceptible to these thermal issues allowing for finer detail
without distortion. Guidel!ne is also released as a starting point
for individuals and companies wishing to obtain eventual FDA/CE
certification for a device knowing that the raw material itself is
listed with the FDA and has already passed specific FDA testing.
Guidel!ne is sold as a raw material modified in form only into 3d
printing line and most important, extruded in a manner that keeps
contaminates out of the material during the cooling process, where
contaminates and bacteria could be embedded in the soft extrusion.
In addition, pH and ORP levels are monitored and adjusted to
maintain acceptable levels.
Medical grade ISO 10993 FDA Reg material.
A unique new flexible material to the 3D printing called
T-lyne that uses DuPont™ Surlyn® ionomer. T-lyne is a unique,
crystal clear polyethylene co-polymer developed specifically for
high durability, flexibility, unique viscosity and a wide
temperature range. Glass-like aesthetics can easily be
obtained at high layer sizes using low speed and low
temperatures in the range of 190 C to 210 C. Utility style
parts are easily printed faster at standard layer sizes using
higher temperatures up to 245 C, depending on nozzle size.
Meets FDA 21CFR 177.1330(a) and can potentially be used in prosthetics where the most unique feature is the ability to immerse a part into hot water, make some minor adjustments, then cool the part and the part will maintain the adjustments as if it were printed in final form.