Filament with low coefficient of friction

0
a
1

Hey everyone! Seeking advice on choosing material for 3d printing with a low coefficient of friction for moving parts. Maybe someone has any suggestions to share? thanks

    • a

      Hey everyone! Seeking advice on choosing material for 3d printing with a low coefficient of friction for moving parts. Maybe someone has any suggestions to share? thanks

      0
    • Xometry Engineer

      Hi Andreas,

      my favorite here is Nylon. It has a very low coefficient of friction.

      Beside there are also some special materials. But the price difference is huge.

      BR

      0
      Reply
Filament with low coefficient of friction
Your information:




Suggested Topics

Topic
Replies
Views
Activity
Flame retardant materials for CNC machining
Hello,I'm working on a project that requires producing flame retardant plastic connectors with very precise tolerances. I'm looking into CNC machining as injection molding seems not to be an option due to the precision... read more
Z
4
220
Jun 12
Mirror polish finish for CNC parts: quoting and drawing guidelines
Hello, I would like a mirror polish on my copper CNC parts, roughness of Ra0.4 µm with mirror polishing. How do I specify this on the quoting site? Shall that be included in my... read more
D
2
484
May 15
Translucent material recommendation – injection molding
Hi, I’m looking for recommendations on injection molding material. I'm in the process of placing an order and need to find material that offers specific properties. I require it to be translucent and UV... read more
J
4
620
May 15
Selecting FDM 3d printing materials for chemical resistance
Hello there! I'm currently exploring FDM printing for my project and wondering about materials that could withstand 30% nitric acid at 60°C. Would a PEEK-like material be suitable? Thanks in advance!
D
1
436
May 08
ABS vs PC in 3d printing prototypes
Hello everyone, I'm currently exploring options for 3d print durable functional prototypes and I'm choosing between ABS and PC materials. These prototypes will be subjected to mechanical stress tests and environmental conditions. Could anyone... read more
M
1
432
May 03