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PA2200 - Nylon 12

PA2200 is a type of polyamide (nylon) powder used in Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) 3D printing. It is a popular material choice for SLS due to its properties, which include:

High Strength and Durability: PA2200 offers excellent mechanical properties, including high tensile strength and impact resistance, making it suitable for functional prototypes and end-use parts.

Heat Resistance: It has a relatively high melting point, allowing printed parts to withstand elevated temperatures without deforming.

Chemical Resistance: PA2200 is resistant to many chemicals, oils, and greases, making it suitable for applications where exposure to these substances is expected.

Versatility: It can be used to print a wide range of complex geometries without the need for support structures, thanks to its ability to self-support during printing.

Surface Finish: Parts printed with PA2200 typically have a smooth surface finish, requiring minimal post-processing.

Due to these properties, PA2200 is commonly used in industries such as aerospace, automotive, healthcare, and consumer goods for producing functional prototypes, end-use parts, and custom components.

Build Volume

200 x 200 x 330 mm

7.8 x 7.8 x 13 in

Layer Heights

100 Micron

200 Micron

Support Free 3D Printing

Due to the printing process, the PA2200 powder acts as the support for the part. After printing the parts are de-powdered and the powder is reused. Allowing for more complex parts!

High Heat Deflection

PA2200 is engineered for exceptional high-heat performance, boasting a heat deflection temperature of 145°C, making it a top choice for demanding applications.

Chemical Resistant

PA2200 is highly valued for its robust chemical resistance, making it an excellent choice for applications that require exposure to harsh chemicals or corrosive environments.

Strong & Stiff

PA2200 is renowned for its exceptional strength and stiffness, making it ideal for high-performance parts that demand superior mechanical properties and durability.

Common Applications

Functional Prototypes

Manufacturing Aids

Jigs and Fixtures


End Effectors

Replacement parts

End Use Parts

How does Selective Laser Sintering work?

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is an additive manufacturing technique used to create three-dimensional objects layer by layer. In SLS 3D printing, a high-powered laser selectively fuses powdered material, typically thermoplastics such as nylon or polyamide, into a solid structure based on a digital 3D model.

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