ICE Filaments ICE-nylon is a high-performance nylon filament with a broad range of mechanical and chemical properties. Among others, these properties are high impact strength, crack and scratch resistant, food and water contact acceptable, an excellent chemical and weathering resistance. ICE-nylon is an ideal filament for the (semi-)professional user that is looking for a strong, easily printable material.
ICE-nylon offers an excellent dimensional stability. ICE Filaments ICE-nylon is the perfect solution for industrial prints that require a longer life span. To reach perfect results, it is recommended to store the filament in a dry place. Before printing, it is best to dry the amount of filament you need in an oven (at 110°C to 130°C) for a few hours. When doing so, it is extremely important to take the filament of the spool, since the spool itself will melt in the oven. The recommended temperature for the heated bed is 80°C to 100°C.
ICE stands for Innovate, Create, Explore. ICE Filaments was created to offer each user a high qualitative alternative for printer branded filaments. We tested ICE Filaments thoroughly on every 3D printer in our gamma.
- High performance
- Strong and flexible
- High impact, crack & scratch resistant
- Superior chemical and UV resistance
Recommended print temperature
240°C – 260°C
Recommended heated bed temperature
80°C – 100°C
ICE Filaments was created to fulfill the wishes of all users. ICE Filaments was tested on a range of various FDM 3D-printers, in different diameters. By doing these tests, ICE Filaments offers all users of filaments the opportunity to achieve the best possible results. Both open source and closed source 3D-printers can work with ICE Filaments materials.
This spool contains 500gr of filament.
Be aware. ICE-Nylon has some difficulties adhering to glass, but it adheres well to a variation of print stickers and printbed adhesives, such as 3DLac.