Check out these great resources from the RichRap blog for learning about Taluman Nylon 618 print material and how to dye it!
Taluman Nylon 618 is a very versatile printing material. Nylon does not require a heated bed, has low warp, and cooling fans are not required for both big or tiny printing.
You can print big and really tiny things in Nylon. No fans or heated beds required! Nylon has amazing self-bonding properties making any FFF (layer-by-layer) printed objects very strong and less prone to de-lamination. Another aspect of its development was the ability to colour the Nylon with fabric Dye. That hits almost every spot for me!
From the moment I spotted the 618 Nylon was available I wanted to try colouring the raw filament with more than one colour, something I have always wanted manufacturers to make is a range of filaments that have changes of colour during the roll or even across the roll, now I had a way to do it myself.
Taulman 3D recommends printing with the natural filament and then dyeing the parts afterwards for best results, but I wanted to see what happened when dyeing the filament first as that sounded a lot more fun….
Check out his videos below for further details!
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