Taulman Alloy 910

General Information

Taulman Alloy 910 is in the nylon family, whose general properties are described on our website at this link: Nylon Information


Taulman Alloy 910 is a durable co-polymer nylon with a high degree of tensile strength. This material falls under the Polyamide (PA) category and demonstrates a minimal shrink nature on par with PLA and T-glase.  Alloy 910 has a vast chemical resistance range and tolerates high-heat environments (up to 95°C). This filament can be dyed with acid-based dyes to achieve different color effects. 



  • Automotive
  • Robotics 
  • Machining and sandblasting equipment
  • Industrial applications
  • Molding
  • Isolators
  • Parts subject to stress or high impact
  • Parts subject to repeated flexing (buckles, clasps) 


While less likely to absorb moisture from the air than most nylon filaments, Alloy 910 should be stored in a sealed container with a fresh desiccant pack, or in a dry box. Remove the filament from your Gigabot when you are finished printing, and store it in a sealed, dry place. 


  • Tensile strength: 8100PSI+
  • Modulus PSI: 72,932
  • Max elongation at break: 32%
  • Density: 1.297 g/cc
  • Young's Modulus: 502 MPa
  • UTS: 55 MPa
  • Glass transition: 82°C
  • Shrinkage: 0.0031 in/in
  • Transmission: 50%
  • Print temperature: 250-255°C
  • Print bed: PVA glue stick coating recommended
  • Nozzle: Any; Alloy 910 contains no particulates 

Tips and Tricks

  • Alloy 910 prints best when the ambient temperature is around 35°C. Avoid printing in cold or drafty environments. For best results, use an enclosure when printing with this filament. 
  • Try adding brims or rafts to your prints to help prevent warping and ensure a good first layer. 
  • If you are experiencing print difficulty with Alloy 910, it may have absorbed too much moisture from the air. Use this guide for drying your filament. 

Dual Extrusion

Because Alloy 910 prints at a higher temperature than most materials, it is better used for single extrusion applications. Its chemical resistance and self-lubricating properties make this filament difficult to use as a dual extrusion combination.

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