PA12 Nylon (PA2200)

Even better than in our dreams.

The basic Nylon material (PA2200) has a white powder form and can be used for a wide range of applications. After sintering, the finish of the products is slightly granular, but without a layered distortion. Depending on the wall thickness this material is very flexible (wall ± 1 mm) up to very strong (± 6 mm). As a rule, we impregnate the white parts with an anthracite grey pigment. Your wish is our demand, so if you want another color. Even food-blue. We deliver.

Practical information

Delivery time

Express: 3-4 working days or Standard: 7 workdays


Standard: ±0.4mm or 0.4% orTechnical: ±0.15mm or 0.2%

Minimum wall thickness

1mm (design living hinges minimum 0.5mm)


Standard: dyed black
Optional: Naturel (unfinished) / Dyed: black, blue, sky-blue, red, yellow, green or orange.

Pay attention to

Avoid thin, long walls. The temperature of the process can cause parts to warp. Due to the process, tolerances in building orientation (Z) are higher and holes are slightly elongated. Also check our guidelines.


Condition Value Unit
Tensile modulus ISO 527 1700 ± 150 N/mm2
Tensile strength ISO 527 45 ± 3 N/mm2
Elongation at break ISO 527 20 ± 5 %
Flexural modulus ISO 178 1240 ± 130 N/mm2
Charpy-Impact strength ISO 178 53 ± 3.8 kJ/m2
Charpy-Notched impact strength ISO 178 4.8 ± 0.3 kJ/m2
Izod-Impact strength ISO 180 32.8 ± 3.4 kJ/m2
Izod-Notched strength ISO 180 4.4 ± 0.4 kJ/m2
Ball identation hardness ISO 180 77.6 ± 2 N/mm2
Shore-D hardness DIN 53505 75 ± 2
Vicat softening temperature ISO 306 B/50: 164 A/50: 181



Download (only applies to PA12 Nylon (PA2200) Naturel)


Download (only applies to PA12 Nylon (PA2200) Naturel)



Regulatory information




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