Dualstrusion test, ABS + Nylon 618

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Dualstrusion test, ABS + Nylon 618 by barspin Jan 12, 2013
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Basic test, it´s a 20x20mm ABS box with a Nylon "nut" inside.

Printed on a Replicator (1)


Nylon Extruder temp: 245C
ABS Extruder temp 230C
Bulidplate temp: 110C

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Have you found the nylon to stick well to the abs?

Well printing this little test went well and maybe some tweaking can be done with temperatures but it doesn´t really bond with the ABS...

maybe if you interlock the 2 part togheter like thread or a zigzag pattern on different layer could work great