AddNorth Adura Olive Drab

High-performance nylon filament for functional applications in an olive colour

  • Low shrinkage
  • Extreme toughness
  • Excellent layer adhesion
  • Good chemical and thermal resistance
  • $45.45 $56.66 -20%($9.09 / 100 g)

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Dispatch on 03.01.2022

Colour :
  • AddNorth Adura Cold White
  • AddNorth Adura Lucent Orange
  • AddNorth Adura Red
  • AddNorth Adura Traffic Blue
  • AddNorth Adura Olive Drab
  • AddNorth Adura Grey
  • AddNorth Adura Glitz Grey
  • AddNorth Adura Black
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Item no.: AN-ANAD15ODG, Content: 500 g

EAN: 7340182902772

  • Low shrinkage
  • Extreme toughness
  • Excellent layer adhesion
  • Good chemical and thermal resistance

Product information & technical details

Item no.: AN-ANAD15ODG
Manufacturer No.: ANAD15ODG
Manufacturers: AddNorth
Content: 500 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Product types: PA - Nylon Filaments
Filament colour: Green
Net weight: 500 g
Recommended processing temperature: 245 - 270 °C
Recommended heating temperature: 60 - 75 °C


Adura is a high-performance nylon filament made from co-polyamide with low shrinkage and extreme toughness.

This material is great for high-strength, functional 3D printed parts. It has superior strengths and physical properties when compared to consumer-grade materials, making it the preferred choice for many industrial applications.

The very low shrinkage of Adura enables printing with very tight tolerances and accuracy. The excellent layer adhesion, medium flexibility and good chemical and thermal resistance make it a very useful material for demanding applications.

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