Fillamentum Nylon CF15 Carbon

Nylon-based filament with carbon fibers

  • High strength
  • High thermal resistance
  • High chemical resistance
  • Impact resistant
  • £48.40 (£8.07 / 100 g)

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Item no.: FTM-00161, Content: 600 g

EAN: 8595632828020

  • High strength
  • High thermal resistance
  • High chemical resistance
  • Impact resistant

Product information & technical details

Item no.: FTM-00161
Manufacturer No.: 00161
Manufacturers: Fillamentum
Content: 600 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Product types: Carbon Filament, PA - Nylon Filaments
Property: Heat-resistant
Filament colour: Black
Net weight: 600 g
Recommended processing temperature: 235 - 260 °C
Recommended heating temperature: 80 - 100 °C

Description

Filamentum's Nylon CF15 is a nylon-based material. Carbon fibers are added to the material during production.

The Nylon CF15 is characterized by several features:

  • High strength
  • High thermal resistance
  • High chemical resistance
  • Impact resistant at low temperatures

A low thermal expansion is also typical. The material is ideal for creating highly demanding components.

More information

Note: Nylon CF15 has abrasive properties, thus accelerating nozzle wear. We recommend using hardened nozzles.

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  • I am having problems with layer bonding with this filament - any suggestions.

    1 Answer, last answered on 03 July 2018

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