PA12+CF

CARBON EXCELLENCE

PA12 + CF is yet another manifestation of the technical capabilities of filament PA12 which has been reinforced with 5% and 15% addition of carbon fibers. It is characterized by high thermal resistance and less shrinkage compared to the unmodified Nylon PA12.

The application of carbon fiber allows for a reduction of weight of the component while maintaining its high structural stiffness.

PA12 + CF has a range of applications across the industry, including the automotive and the engineering sectors, lending itself to the creation of advanced prototypes, drones and final products which require increased durability while reducing their weight.

APPLICATIONS:

  • Prototypes: car parts, drones, high durability mechanical components
  • Substitutes of metal elements
  • End-use products, part engineering and tool production based on 3D printing
PA12+CF15
Diameter Net weight Colors
1.75 mm 0,5 kg

PROPERTIES:

  • twice the tensile strength of PA12
  • more than twice the stiffness of PA12
  • higher thermal resistance compared to unmodified PA12 (up to 160°C)
  • high chemical resistance

 

HOW TO PRINT:

  • printing temperature: 255 – 270°C
  • bed temperature: 80-100°C
  • bed heating required

 

Note: The material has highly abrasive properties. We recommend the use of hardened steel or ruby nozzles.

Diameter Diameter tol Oval tol Printing temp Table temp
1.75 mm +/- 0,02 mm +/- 0,02 mm 255 – 270°C 80-100°C
PA12+CF5
Diameter Net weight Colors
1.75 mm 0,5 kg

PROPERTIES:

  • increased tensile strength compared to PA12
  • higher stiffness compared to PA12
  • higher thermal resistance compared to unmodified PA12 (up to 160°C)
  • high chemical resistance
  • anti-static properties

HOW TO PRINT:

  • printing temperature: 255 – 270°C
  • bed temperature: 80-100°C
  • bed heating required

 

Note: The material has abrasive properties. We recommend the use of hardened steel or ruby nozzles.

Diameter Diameter tol Oval tol Printing temp Table temp
1.75 mm +/- 0,02 mm +/- 0,02 mm 255 – 270°C 80-100°C
Fourth dimension
of printing