Mechanical properties include high resilience, tensile strength, and fatigue resistance. Nylon is a flexible manufacturing material that is highly resistant to abrasion, heat, chemicals, water, and oils.
Nylon At a Glance
|Process compatibility||Applications||Subtypes||Tolerances||Wall Thickness||Max Part Size||Strengths||Lead Time||Price|
|Durable and Accurate parts for automotive, toys, tents, ropes, conveyors, seat belts, and clothing.||Nylon (30% Glass-Filled)||Not lower than ±0.25 mm (±0.010″), based on the drawing ( ISO 2768)||Minimum 0.80 mm (0.03″), but this can change depending on the proportion of the wall thickness to the linear dimension.||200 x 80 x 100 cm||High resilience, tensile strength, and fatigue resistance.||Minimum 3 days. Not more than 10 days; for all complex parts.||$$|
Introduction to Nylon
Nylon is a polyester fiber with outstanding strength and elasticity. It offers an exceptional strength-to-weight ratio, a smooth surface, and excellent chemical and abrasion resistance. For the finished products, it provides strong tensile and fatigue strength. It can also endure tremendous stress and recover extremely quickly.
Nylon is washable, and various colors can be added for aesthetic purposes. The water resistance of Nylon is very high and does not get affected by most chemicals and oil. Nylon’s exceptional mechanical, chemical, and physical properties make it perfect for various applications, including parts near the engine, toys, tents, ropes, conveyors, seat belts, and clothing.