K7 hole tolerance on a 3D print?

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Hi everyone, I have a new part I am looking to prototype. I am thinking of 3D printing out of Nylon 12. But there are features that require K7 hole tolerance. Do you think this is achievable by 3D printing? Or should I choose milling instead?

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      Hi everyone, I have a new part I am looking to prototype. I am thinking of 3D printing out of Nylon 12. But there are features that require K7 hole tolerance. Do you think this is achievable by 3D printing? Or should I choose milling instead?

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    • Xometry Engineer

      Hi Jari,

      unfortunately we can’t print fittings.

      Better to choose CNC here.

      BR

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K7 hole tolerance on a 3D print?
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