Fiberthree F3 PA-CF Lite

High-performance polyamide based on PA 12 with additional carbon fibres

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  • Very high strength
  • Less warping
  • Excellent adhesion
  • Low moisture absorption
  • £319.40

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Dispatch on 18.06.2020 - Pre-order possible

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Item no.: FIT-7219, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 4270000856952

  • Very high strength
  • Less warping
  • Excellent adhesion
  • Low moisture absorption
1.75 mm / 1000 g: £165.20
2.85 mm / 1000 g: £165.20
1.75 mm / 2000 g: £319.40
2.85 mm / 2000 g: £319.40

Product information & technical details

Item no.: FIT-7219
Manufacturer No.: 7219
Manufacturers: Fiberthree
Content: 1 pc
Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Product types: PA - Nylon Filaments
Property: Heat-resistant
Filament colour: Black
Net weight: 1000 g, 2000 g
Recommended processing temperature: 260 - 300 °C
Recommended heating temperature: < 90 °C

Description

F3 PA-CF Lite is a technical filament made of polyamide, which has been specially modified for 3D printing in FFF with additional carbon fibres. The carbon fibres reduce shrinkage and warping to a high degree.

Material properties

The material shows superior strength while remaining impact resistance with very little tendency to warp and good layer adhesion. Due to the good heat and load resistance, this material is recommended for all high-strength and light parts. The printed parts show a very attractive surface texture in matt black. It is a very stiff filament that can break only with tight flex.

In contrast to F3 PA-CF Pro, this material has a lower sensitivity to moisture and an increased heat requirement when melting.

Processing

Wear-resistant nozzles are strongly recommended for processing the material.

The material must be stored dry in order to achieve reliable printing results under all conditions

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