CARBON-P is our 15% carbon fiber reinforced PET-G based filament. The result is a more than twice as stiff filament as PET-G with increased impact and heat resistance (Vicat) to 75˚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.
- 15% Carbon fiber reinforced PET-G
- Extremely stiff
- Increased impact and heat resistance
- No warping and dimensionally stable
- Matt surface
- Abrasive (see * at additional info*)
|Specific gravity||ISO 1183||1,31 g/cc|
|MFI 200˚C /5kg||ISO 1133||3,8 g/10min|
|Tensile strength at yield||ISO 527||101 MPa|
|Tensile strength at break||ISO 527||100 MPa|
|Elongation strain at yield||ISO 527||2,7%|
|Elongation strain at break||ISO 527||3,7%|
|Tensile (E) modulus||ISO 527||9930 MPa|
|Impact Strength - Charpy notched 23˚C||ISO 179 1eA||7 kJ/m²|
|Vicat softening temp.||ISO 306||75°C|
|Heat deflection temp.||ISO 75||78,6°C|
|Printing temp.||Internal Method||240±10˚C|
CARBON-P is available in nearly any type of packaging and labelling. Ask our team to help you customizing your product.
We recommend to print with a heated bed, the recommend temperature is 70-90°C. *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 “Less active cooling is required” which leads to less thermal shock in a print and increased material stability. CARBON-P can be used on all common desktop FDM or FFF technology 3D printers.
Cool and dry (15-25˚C) and away from UV light. This enhances the shelf life significantly.