PA 650 (PA 12 White)

PA 12 White (PA 650) is a nylon material available for SLS 3D Printing.

PA 12 White Part

Product Description

PA 12 White is an economical material choice for functional prototypes and end-use parts. It offers high impact and temperature resistance, is very durable, and remains stable under a range of environmental conditions. The nylon material exhibits a white finish with a slightly rougher surface texture compared to other nylons.

 

Key Product Benefits

  • Strength and stiffness
  • Well-balanced material properties 


Applications

The material's high strength is ideal for jigs and fixtures, and other functional parts. It also has a low coefficient of friction, making it suitable for many types of gears and bearings. 

Tolerances

For well-designed parts, tolerances of ±0.012 in. plus ±0.002 in./in. for each additional inch can typically be achieved. Note that tolerances may change depending on part geometry.


PA 12 White (PA650) Properties

All of the figures contained on this data sheet are approximate and dependent on a number of factors, including but not limited to, machine and process parameters.
The information provided is therefore not binding and not deemed to be certified

Property Test Method Value
Color - White
Sintered Density ASTM D792 1.02 g/cm³
Water absorption (20 °C, 50% relative humidity) ASTM D570 0.5 ± 0.2%
Water absorption, 24 hrs. in boiling water ASTM D570 2.0 ± 0.3%
E-Module (x-y plane) ASTM D638, test speed 10mm/min 2,000 ± 200 MPa
E-Module (z plane) ASTM D638, test speed 10mm/min 1,900 ± 200 MPa
Tensile strength (x-y plane) ASTM D638, test speed 10mm/min 50 ± 4 MPa
Tensile strength (z plane) ASTM D638, test speed 10mm/min 42 ± 5 MPa
Elongation at break (x-y plane) ASTM D638, test speed 10mm/min 11 ± 4%
Elongation at break (z plane) ASTM D638, test speed 10mm/min 4 ± 2%
Heat deflection temperature @ 0.46 MPa* ASTM D648 177 °C (350 °F)
Heat deflection temperature @ 1.82 MPa* ASTM D648 86 °C (186 °F)

*From supplier data sheet


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