LulzBot Taulman Bridge Nylon 3D Printer Filament, 1 lb. Reel, 3 mm, Natural

Taulman’s “Bridge” High Strength Nylon Co-Polymer was specifically engineered for 3D Printing. Bridge was developed to address the war page/bed adhesion and moisture absorption issues that make printing Taulman’s other nylons more challenging. While still considered an “advanced” print material, best suited to experienced users, Bridge is easier to work with than 618 and 645, with only a slight reduction in mechanical strength. Printed correctly it exhibits incredible strength, resiliency, and layer bonding when compared to ABS, PLA, or HIPS prints. Specifications: Size = 3mm Round Color = Prints from nearly transparent to bright white depending on thickness. Add color with most common clothing dyes Consists of the purest form of a delta transition of Nylon 6/9, Nylon 6 and Nylon 6T with a crystallinity optimization process in addition to post processing for maximum bonding during a thermal transition (3D Printing).Chemically resistant to = Alcohols, Resin and MEK, Oils, Acetone, Most all Alkaline, most 2 part Casting Compounds.

Product Features

  • Hot-end print temperature 235C
  • The easiest-to-print, high-strength nylon filament
  • Can be dyed to achieve custom colors
  • Nylon Bridge 3D printing filament by Taulman is the perfect nylon filament for intermediate users seeking 3D printed parts that are strong and resilient
  • Like other nylon filaments, Bridge can be dyed for custom colorations either before or after 3D printing

Check Out Our Website For Details…

Published by

3D Print Anything

3D Printing. The next Goldrush is on it´s way. Inside information on how to start printing in 3D, where to buy Printers, how to use them, and the newest Pictures and reviews of available 3D Printers.

3 thoughts on “LulzBot Taulman Bridge Nylon 3D Printer Filament, 1 lb. Reel, 3 mm, Natural”

  1. He Just Wants To Be Your Friend! My experience with the Bridge has been nothing but positive.I was expecting a learning curve like NinjaFlex but to my surprise Bridge is by far the easiest Filament I have ever used with the obvious exception of PLA.I print on my Ultimaker 2 with the Olsson Block. I specifically tested the Bridge on a 0.4mm Nozzle only because it’s the most common sized nozzle you see on Printers of all kinds.Taulman suggests printing at 80% of ABS speeds but on Ultimaker forums…

  2. Fast printing and a good value. You will need to clean the head often (get out those needle nose pliers!), but makes great prints. I’ve often said “Wow, cool” when pulling parts off the bed with this stuff, so that must mean something. Contiguous prints (read: the print head stays working constantly on the same print) work great… anything with gaps, not so much. You must make sure to use a good release agent to get things off the bed with this sort of material, but if you are…

  3. I’m printing with a LulzBot Mini, and I’m a relative novice. I’ve been printing mostly with HIPS filament, but I wasn’t getting the results I wanted when printing fidget spinner bodies. The nylon gives the flexibility I needed with very little if any shrinkage. As recommended, I used a glue stick on the printing bed, but with the width of the fidget spinner body, it wasn’t really necessary. Overall, the nylon is a little trickier than the other filaments that I’ve used, but the results have…

Leave a Reply