In recent years, 3D printing technology has swept across China like a spring tide. 3D printing technology is becoming more and more popular. It is common for Baidu to have a desktop 3D printer for small toys or printing daily necessities. Wait. We often use 3D printing materials ABS/PLA, but sometimes we need to play nylon. What should I pay attention to when printing 3D printing material nylon? Let’s look at Anet editor for detailed answers for you.
We all know that a common sense is that nylon 3D printing materials are particularly prone to moisture, and it is easy to control the absorption of moisture. A report shows that nylon can absorb 10% of its body weight within 24 hours. So you should use nylon printing materials as dry as possible and place them in a closed 3D printer for printing, otherwise it is easy to produce explosions and generate bubbles, which will damage Model surface.
Some 3D printers do not have a hot bed, which makes it difficult to stick to the nylon base, which makes it easy to warp edges. We at Anet serve everyone better. Each of our 3D printers has a hot bed. When printing the first layer, the nylon is not allowed to cool down quickly, which leads to warping. The editor here is a warm reminder, add the hot bed of the 3d printer to 60° and then add PVC fixing glue or texture glue.
When we use nylon 3D printing materials, we need to control the temperature of the following components. For example, the temperature of the extruder of the 3D printer is controlled at 240°-260°C, and the temperature of the hot bed is controlled to 70-80°C (with PVC glue), and printing The speed control is 30mm/s-50mm/s, the printing layer height is 0.2 mm-0.4 mm, and our Anet technology desktop 3d printer has a unique design, the nozzle can print nylon, no need to change special.
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