<p>Buy now from our selection of polyamide / nylon (PA) 3d printing plastic filaments</p>
Jabil’s PA 0600 filament is a polyamide/polyketone alloy with high stiffness, good wear resistance, low friction and self-lubricating characteristics.
A very durable nylon powder, PA 4000 has well-balanced material characteristics that are ideal for a wide variety of applications. The detail resolution, excellent surface finish, and 34% elongation at break ensures this bright white material meets your product requirements. The chemical resistance and various finishing possibilities make PA 4000 ideal for open-sourced laser sintering 3D printers.
PA 4035 CF is an ESD-safe (electrostatic dissipative), carbon-fiber-reinforced PA12 copolymer providing greater stiffness, strength and toughness over similar materials on the market.
PA 4050 GB has well-balanced material characteristics that are ideal for applications that require durable, high-quality parts. The detail resolution and excellent surface finish allow for solid-built parts. Multiple finishing possibilities make PA 4050 GB ideal for open-sourced laser sintering 3D printers.
PA 4500 Filament is a low warp, neat Nylon copolymer that has good lay flat/low warp properties, excellent appearance, strength in both XY and XZ directions, toughness, and can be used at lower processing temps (260-280° C).
PA 4535 CF is among the strongest PA co-polymer carbon fiber filaments available on the market, delivering increased strength and stiffness. PA 4535 CF has the highest carbon fiber loading available in the industry, providing 40% improvement in tensile strength, impact strength, Z strength and elongation at break, with the added benefit of being ESD safe.