You may be interested in replacing metal to improve sustainability or decrease weight. Or perhaps you’re redesigning components that were over-specified in a high-end engineering thermoplastic material, and you’d like to replace it with one that meets requirements more cost effectively. In either case, it’s likely you’ll consider using nylon at some point. Find out more about the two most popular grades in our eBook.
We’ll explore nylon 6 and nylon 66 (also called PA 6 and PA 66) to help you determine the best material for your application. You’ll learn what can you expect from each type of nylon, and how to select the right material.