Nylon "Bridge" - 1lb
Bridge (645 revB) as noted is a variation of 645. As a result of 3D printer's requests, taulman3D worked with our chemical group/Company to make changes in the cooled surface of the polymer. This was a major effort to increase the ability to print on non-garolite surfaces. While the shrinking factor for some nylons are slightly higher than ABS, the ability to adhere to a PVA (white glue) in such a way as to overcome the amount of total shrinkage, increases the success of parts printed in nylon. Bridge is used for any parts that require the strength of nylon, yet are large and prone to pulling away from the print bed at sharp transitions. Bridge carries the same flexibility as 645 and a
slippery surface texture on all perimeters. Bridge was also defined as a high qty run polymer, thus reducing end cost.