In the automotive industry, brackets hold heavy car body models at an angle while they’re painted or additional components are affixed. If the type of model car changes, the brackets often need to be switched out, meaning that low-volume, custom-sized brackets are always in demand but expensive and slow to make. Because so many automotive parts are metal, a lot of welding happens during assembly, and all manufacturing aids are subjected to high-heat environments. Printing end-use brackets in Nylon 12 GF Powder is a low-cost, quick, and low-waste solution.
The high tensile modulus of Nylon 12 GF Powder renders it an ideal choice for electronic enclosures requiring stiffness and mountability. This attribute proves particularly advantageous for companies like KUHMUTE, which specializes in producing charging stations for electric transport vehicles such as scooters, mopeds, and e-skateboards. By facilitating the direct integration of mountable battery charging enclosures, Nylon 12 GF Powder empowers greater flexibility in design.
Its suitability for mountable components allows for creating enclosures using a single material, eliminating concerns about incorporating separate mounting brackets of varying materials or geometries.
In manufacturing, particularly in design and jewelry making, the creation of parts often necessitates specialized tooling and fixtures to secure them during processing, frequently in environments with high temperatures. Typically crafted from wood or metal, these fixtures can be costly and time-intensive. As a result, producing custom or one-off pieces becomes prohibitively expensive for manufacturers. However, by internally developing thermally stable custom fixtures, manufacturers and designers can optimize their workflows, enhancing efficiency and the quality of manufactured parts.
In the healthcare industry, the most common applications are strong, stiff, stable medical devices, specifically customizable end-user medical device components.