Taulman Tech-G 1 kg
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TECH-G was developed to not only be high strength, but also have limited elongation. Engineering firms were using PLA and ABS for initial Form and Fit evaluations. In some cases, the strength of these materials allowed some limited functional use. In the case of PLA, it was the brittle nature of medium or larger parts that severely limited functional testing. With ABS, the limit was always Tensile strength. With TECH-G, we believe we have now given the development and design industry an easy to print material with much higher Tensile when 3D Printed and enough elongation so as to be truly useful in functional testing.
Great Service. Fast delivery andBy: Bill D. on 26 December 2016Great Service. Fast delivery and that Taulman Filament is awesome. Nice to be able to deal local vendors for quality products.
We're printing with a flashedBy: Jeff P. on 20 May 2016We're printing with a flashed Da Vinci printer, and we were able to print this quite well with a 238 degree 0.4 nozzle and 68 degree bed. It's very strong material and printed one of our prototypes really well, but it's not representative of what we will be injection moulding so we probably won't use a lot of it. We are now using more of the Nylon Bridge instead.