Nylon CF15 Carbon

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This filament is made of polyamide 12 reinforced with 15 % of milled carbon fibers. It is characterized by high strength, high thermal and chemical resistance, great processing stability, and rheological properties.
The material is suitable for the production of continually stressed parts, such as bearings, cogwheels, reinforcement parts, etc.
 

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Filamentum Nylon CF15 Carbon

This filament is made of polyamide 12 reinforced with 15 % of milled carbon fibers. It is characterized by high strength, high thermal and chemical resistance, great processing stability, and rheological properties.
The material is suitable for the production of continually stressed parts, such as bearings, cogwheels, reinforcement parts, etc.
 
Features:
  • Mechanical properties retained also under low temperatures
  • Wear resistance
  • Suitable for printing continually stressed parts
  • Toughness & rigidity
  • Resistance to creep (long-term load)
  • Great temperature resistance
  • High hardness
  • Nice & smooth surface
  • Low density
  • Chemical resistance against wide range of substances
  • Improved tensile strength
  • Low thermal expansion

 

https://fillamentum.com/blogs/projects-blog/mostly-printed-cnc-machine-johan-gude

https://fillamentum.com/blogs/projects-blog/fire-truck-by-johan-gude-edge

 

Additional parameters

Category: NYLON filaments
Warranty: 2 years
Colour: black
Material: CARBON, NYLON
Diameter: 1.75 mm, 2.85 mm
Net Weight: 0.6 kg
Material: NYLON, CARBON
RAL: N/A
PANTONE: N/A
Working temperature: 235 - 260°C
Hot bed: 80 - 105°C
Diameter tolerance: max. ± 0.10 mm
Manufacturer: Fillamentum
Origin: Czech Republic
Length: (1.75 mm, 600 g) is 325 m, (2,85 mm, 600 g) is 94 m

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