colorFabbPA-CF

Unique, low-warp nylon with carbon fibres

  • Special polyamide formula
  • Nearly without distortion
  • carbon fibres
  • Unique properties
  • £72.20 (£10.31 / 100 g)
  • from 2 only £64.98 / pc -10%

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Item no.: CF-8719033556232, Content: 700 g

EAN: 8719033556232

  • Special polyamide formula
  • Nearly without distortion
  • carbon fibres
  • Unique properties

Product information & technical details

Item no.: CF-8719033556232
Manufacturer No.: 8719033556232
Manufacturers: colorFabb
Content: 700 g
Category : Carbon Filament , PA - Nylon Filaments
Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Property: Heat-resistant
Filament colour: Black
Net weight: 700 g
Recommended processing temperature: 260 - 280 °C

Description

The PA-CF low-warp filament by colorFabb has a unique composition.
As a result, printing on an unheated building board is nearly distortion-free.

Prints with little infill perfectly adheres to an unheated building board. Models with a higher infill should ideally be printed at board temperatures between 40 - 50 ° C.

PA-CF is reinforced with carbon fibres to increase stiffness.
Since carbon fibres are abrasive, we recommend using a wear-resistant nozzle.

PA-CF has high tensile and impact strength and allows for long-term use at 120 ° C.

The composition of the filament has been modified to reduce moisture absorption.

Carbon fibres are abrasive, which accelerates nozzle wear when using the filament.

More information about print settings and tips can be found here:
https://pa.colorfabb.com/

More information

Due to the high stiffness of the 2.85 mm filament, colorFabb recommends the use of a coil holder with a certain friction, so that the unwinding of the filament is prevented.

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The most popular technology used for 3D printing is FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling). A heated nozzle (hot-end) melts the plastic wire, layering the melted parts.