Filament with low coefficient of friction

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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

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      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

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      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

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