Review of 3D P on Filament Zortrax Z-NYLON 1,75mm 800g Natural
||Filament Zortrax Z-NYLON 1,75mm 800g Natural
The Zortrax filament Z-NYLON is strongly resistant to high temperatures and various chemicals. It could be post-processed with tools meant for machining metals. Once printed with this filament, the object is hard to break and easy to paint as it can be painted with commonly used and acid-based clothing dyes.
The filament rapidly absorbs moisture, so it should be stored in a water-proof bag with a moisture absorber. As all nylon-based materials, Z-NYLON has a relatively high risk of warping, that's the reason why it is not advisable to print large geometric shapes with steep slopes. To reduce the warping, it is recommended to work with HEPA Cover.
Example of 3D printed objets
with Zortrax filament Z-Nylon
The optimal temperature of 3D printing
| Heatbed |
|Z-PLA Pro ||205 - 210 °C||30 - 40 °C|
|Z-ABS||260 - 280 °C||80 °C|
|Z-HIPS||240 - 260 °C||80 °C|
|Z-ULTRAT||240 - 260 °C||80 °C|
|Z-ASA Pro||240 - 260 °C||65 °C|
|Z-PETG||225 - 255 °C||30 °C|
|Z-ESD||270 - 290 °C||70 °C|
|Z-GLASS||240 - 260 °C||30 °C|
|Z-PCABS||280 - 290 °C||85 °C|
|Z-FLEX||220 - 240 °C||50 °C|
|Z-NYLON||250 - 270 °C||85 °C|
* This information is given as an indication, provided by the manufacturer. Nozzle and heatbed temperatures may vary depending on the 3D printer used.
- Functional prototypes
- Mechanical parts
Shore Hardness (D)
- Review added the Thursday 15 July 2021by 3D P