Carbon Fiber Filament Review

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This carbon fiber filament is awesome stuff! It’s a little pricey, but it looks great and it has very rigid properties which are great for high stress mechanical applications like fans, gears, etc.!

CARBON-P is our 20% carbon fiber reinforced PET-G based filament. The result is a twice as stiff filament as PET-G with increased impact and heat resistance (HDT) to 80˚C. This, together with other features, such as a matt surface, no warp, dimensionally stable and extremely forgiving to print, makes CARBON-P suitable for a very wide variety of applications besides the typically mentioned RC parts, drones, automotive and more.

Colour: Natural

Features

  • Suitable for all printers
  • European quality
  • 20% Carbon fiber reinforced PET-G
  • Extremely stiff
  • Increased impact and heat resistance
  • No warping and dimensionally stable
  • Matt surface
  • Abrasive

Additional info

Due to virtually no warping of CARBON-P, this filament can also be printed without a heated bed. If you have a heated bed the recommend temperature is +- 35-60 Degree Celsius. Please consider the use of a hardened steel nozzle when printing with CARBON-P. The carbon fibers are abrasive and will result in fast wear of regular brass nozzles. CARBON-P can be used on all common desktop FDM or FFF technology 3D printers.

Storage

Cool and dry (15-25 Degree Celsius) and away from UV light. This enhances the shelf life significantly.

Dimensions
Size Tolerance Roundness
2.85mm 0.10mm 95%

Thermal properties

Description Test method Typical value
Printing temperature 225 – 245 Degree Celsius
Heat distortion temperature ASTM D648 80 Degree Celsius

Physical properties

Description Test method Typical value
Specific gravity ASTM D792 1,19 g/cc
MFI(300 Degree Celsius – 1,2 kg) ISO 1133 N.D.
E-modulus 1mm/min ISO 527 3800 Mpa
Yield stress 50mm/min ISO 527 52,5 Mpa
Yield strain 50mm/min ISO 527 4,2%
Strain at break 50min/min ISO 527 8,0%
Impact Strength Izod Notched 23 Degree Celsius ISO 180-1A 3,8 kJ/m2

 

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