On demand manufacturer Xometry now has a range of Stratasys materials to use in its selective laser sintering (SLS) 3D printers.

The materials include Nylon 11 EX white, impact-resistant nylon suitable for complex ductwork, thin-walled components, and snap-fit designs; Nylon 11 HST with mineral fiber for temperature resistance and stiffness, suitable for structural components, enclosures, and load-bearing applications at elevated temperatures; Nylon 12 AF aluminum-filled composite nylon providing strong, stiff parts with a metallic appearance, applicable for functional components, jigs and fixtures, and metallic prototypes; and Nylon 12 CF a carbon fiber-filled nylon resistant to high temperatures and wear, with high strength and stiffness, applicable for underhood components in vehicles and wind tunnel display models.

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