Taulman3D Releases Nylon 680 3D Printer Filament — FDA Approved for Food Contact & More

When it comes to the material science behind 3D printer filaments, few companies, if any, have the experience that taulman3D does. They have released some of the most versatile filaments we have seen to date, specializing in a variety of nylon materials.

Back in November, we announced that taulman3d had partnered with another very interesting company within the 3D printing materials space, Graphene 3D Lab. As a part of this partnership, the companies announced that Graphene 3D Lab would have exclusive distribution rights to a forthcoming nylon material which taulman3D planned to release sometime in the first quarter of 2015. With just one day remaining in the quarter, today appears to be that day.

Called Nylon 680, this polymer is unlike any you have seen in the past. Under development for over 8 months, it is FDA approved for applications requiring contact with food or beverages. This is because of its ability to handle high temperatures inherent with steam, boiling water and dishwasher usage. It is specifically developed for FFF 3D printing and like all of taulman3D’s filaments, it has a consistent melt viscosity. … (read more)

Source: 3Dprint.com

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