Explore 3D printing with the BASF Ultrafuse PA filament. This filament can be printed with FDM/FFF 3D printers that can reach temperatures of 220°C. The PA filament is a nylon filament that can handle extreme abrasion and has impressive resistance to fatigue. Use this filament for premium tough and sturdy 3D parts.
Experience flexibility and sturdiness with the PA nylon filament from BASF’s Ultrafuse line. This filament material has a unique chemical arrangement allowing the PA filament to work for a great scope of applications. This versatile filament can be found being used in every engineering department. Create machine components or objects that are stiff and yet still have the ability to bend if needed. Depending on the thickness of your 3D print, you can determine the level of flexibility of the printed part.
We advise that you follow the 3D printing instructions. Successfully print PA filament at a nozzle temperature of 220°C-250°C. The ideal bed temperature should be set between 90°C-120°C. For proper adhesion, print on a glass print surface and use Kapton tape. The recommended print speed is 30-60 mm/sec. Please perform your 3D printing in a space with sufficient air circulation. Store the Ultrafuse PA filament in a cool and dry environment no warmer than 25°C.
|Weight filament||750 g|
The base material used in the filament. For more information on the different materials, please check the Filament information page
|Temperature - extruder||220-250 °C|
|Temperature - heated bed||90-120 °C|
|1 - 9:||excl $ 53.75|
|10 - 29:||excl $ 51|
|30 - :||excl $ 48.50|
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