DEED 3D is the largest platinum partner of  ” Stratasys ”  in Asia, with more than 17 years of leading 3D printing technology and services.

Nylon 12CF - Portable Communication Dispatching Platform

ultimate tensile strength

Flexural Strength

Heat Deflection Temperature

Surface resistivity

volume resistivity

75.6 MPa

142 MPa

153 °C

3.3E+04 - 6.9E+05

1.4E+05 - 1.012E+06

Material Properties and Applications: Nylon 12 is a new type of material with carbon fiber added (accounting for 35% of the total weight). It has a strength-to-mass ratio comparable to metal materials, and excellent tensile strength. At the same time, its modulus ratio (ratio of elastic modulus per unit density) is the highest among all FDM materials. The material has excellent antistatic properties. 

Available Colors: Black.

FDM 3D Printing for Nylon 12CF

Sample name: Portable Communication Dispatching Platform

Sample use: Custom Product Delivery

Case introduction: This is a case study of DEED 3D, a company that provides 3D printing services. They were approached by Guangzhou Zhixun Communication Systems Co., Ltd. to design a custom product – a portable communication dispatch platform device casing. Initially, the design was intended to be made of metal, but the weight exceeded the customer’s requirements. To address this issue, DEED 3D used FDM 3D printing technology and a 3D printing replacement material, Nylon12 CF, which not only met the strength requirements of the metal casing but also greatly reduced the overall weight.

The advantages of 3D printing technology include fast, accurate, and customizable production. Compared to traditional manufacturing methods, 3D printing does not require the production of molds, which greatly shortens the production cycle and enables more complex designs. In this case, using Nylon12 CF material for 3D printing provided a high-strength and lightweight solution. Additionally, the painted finishing enhanced the aesthetics and overall quality of the product.

Moreover, the use of 3D printing technology can significantly reduce production costs. Compared to traditional production methods, 3D printing allows for small-scale production without the need for large-scale production investments, while also reducing waste and inventory costs. This advantage can help customers reduce production costs and enhance product market competitiveness.

Ultimately, DEED 3D’s solution successfully provided the customer with a product that met their requirements. This case study illustrates the advantages of 3D printing technology in product design and production, highlighting the use of FDM 3D printing and a 3D printing replacement material. It provides valuable insights for other enterprises and offers customers more options and possibilities.