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T-Lyne 2.85mm 1Lb

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T-Lyne filament 2.85mm 1Lb

T-Lyne 2.85mm 1Lb

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Taulman T-Lyne is a result of colaborative work made by Taulman3D and DuPont Packaging & Industrial Polymers and is another advancment in flexible materials for 3d printing.

T-lyne uses DuPont™ Surlyn® ionomer. T-lyne is a unique, crystal clear polyethylene copolymer developed specifically for high durability, flexibility, unique viscosity and a wide temperature range.   Glass-like aesthetics can easily be obtained at high layer sizes using low speed and low temperatures in the range of 190 C to 210 C.  Utility style parts are easily printed faster at standard layer sizes using higher temperatures up to 245 C, depending on nozzle size.

            Most notably, DuPont™ Surlyn® in T-lyne  meets FDA 21CFR 177.1330(a) and can potentially be used in prosthetics where the most unique feature is the ability to immerse a part into hot water, make some minor adjustments, then cool the part and the part will maintain the adjustments as if it were printed in final form.   For years, clinics have used polyethylene braces, temporary casts and corrective positioning components to more closely match the end user’s exact needs.  The clarity of T-lyne allows one to see into or through a part with as many as 5-8 perimeters and determine where adjustments may be needed.  This same clarity is used for non-destructive evaluation of any printed utility part as internal adhesion is paramount.  Also, T-lyne has a surface that is not slippery, making hand tools made from T-lyne unlikely to slip out of one’s hand.

DuPont™ Surlyn® ionomers are also noted for their extreme durability. Surlyn® is used to coat golf balls and bowling pins to protect both from the elements and extreme abuse.  In addition, Surlyn® can provide very uniform color ability, if required.  

            taulman3D worked with David D. Zhang of DuPont in line development and testing of a specific Surlyn® isomer for 3D Printing.  David was a significant help in defining the best Surlyn® polymer to be used in 3D printing with the best overall bed adhesion of any material to date.  Testing shows T-lyne prints easily on cold and warm (40 C) surfaces, such as clean glass,  PEI, Ultem, Borosilicate glass, acrylic, BuildTak, GeckoTek and others.

Specifications

Property Nominal Values Test Method
Density 0.97g/cm³  ASTM D792 - ISO 1183
Melt Flow Rate (Condition E, 2.16kg) 4.5g/10 min ASTM D1238 - ISO 1133
Brittle Temperature not yet determined ASTM D746
Melting Point (DSC) 84°C ASTM D3418 - ISO 3146
Vicat Softening Point (Rate B) 53°C ASTM D1525
Freezing Point (DSC) 40°C ASTM D3418
Abrasion Resistance 301NBS Index ASTM D1630
Flexural Modulus (22.77°C)  490MPa (71068psi)  ASTM D790
 Flexural Modulus (-20°C)  not yet determined  ASTM D790
 Tensile Elongation @ Break (22.77°C)  320%  ASTM D638 - ISO 527-2
 Tensile Strength @ Break (22.77°C)  31MPa (4496psi)  ASTM D638 - ISO 527-2
 Tensile Strength @ Yield (Type IV bars,

compression molded, 5.0 cm/min, 22.77°C)
 18.6MPa (2698psi)    ASTM D638
 Tensile Impact Strength (22.77°C)  427ft-lb/in²   ASTM D1822
 Durometer Hardness (Shore D)  65  ASTM D2240 - ISO 868
 Optical Haze (0.635cm)  1.3%  ASTM D1003

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