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Fillamentum CPE CF112 Carbon Fibre PETG 2.85mm 3D printing filament

Fillamentum CPE CF112 Carbon Fibre PETG 2.85mm 3D printing filament

£23.67 £19.73 ex. VAT

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£23.67 £19.73 ex. VAT

Carbon fibers reinforced CPE HG100 filament is developed for its pressure resistance, hardness and surface effect.

Availability: In stock SKU: 8595632829041
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Description

The Fillamentum CPE (CoPolyester) HG100 already is a stunning material to print with and now with added short fibre carbons you have a 3D printing filament that is not only super to print with, but has the practical benefits of;

  • Good interlayer adhesion, easy printing, low warping
  • Matte finish
  • Wear resistance, resistant to long-term load
  • Chemical resistance
  • Recyclable, bio-based, BPA free, styrene free
  • It’s hardness comparable to Vinyl 303
  • High-technical durable long-life material

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Please note that with all NYLON and Carbon Fibre materials, you MUST keep them dry.  If the material doesn’t print as expected, then it may need drying out.  Always keep the material stored in a re-sealable bag with dessicant gel sachets when not in use.

Look to make use of the new PolyMaker Polybox to keep your filament moisture free when printing.

Printing temperature: 255-275 °C

Heated bed: 70-85 °C

Nozzle – Its necessary to use hardened steel/Ruby or any wear-resistant nozzle for printing this material due to carbon fibers in this material.

Cooling – It is not recommended to use more than 15 % of fan speed, as too much cooling could lead into improper layer bonding. We recommend to use no cooling for standard objects, which leads into stronger parts. For bridges and big overhangs is it possible to go up to 50% for the desired layer.

Storing – Airtight bag with desiccant. In case of moist material, re-dry it in appropriate device. The conditions to achieve optimal level of moisture are 75 °C for 3 hours. Processing of moist filament may cause degradation of polymer chains, brittleness, poor layer adhesion, stringing, oozing etc.

Surface – For achieving more structural carbon fiber surface use higher layer height.

  • Printing temperature: 255 275 °C
  • Heated bed temperature: 7085 °C
  • Speed: 30 50 mm/s
  • Part cooling fan: 0 15 %
  • Heated bed surface: PEI, mirror /glass
  • Adhesive: Magigoo PC, 3DLac, dimaFix, PVA glue
  • Raft / skirt /brim: Skirt, Brim 5 mm
  • Heated chamber / enclosure: not needed

 

     

     

Nylon

Overview

Highly durable, flexible material.

Nylon has high impact and abrasion resistance; offering a high amount of tensile strength whilst also being a flexible material. It is one of the most heat-stable filaments, remaining unchanged in high temperature environments. 

It is hygroscopic, meaning that the filament will absorb moisture easily which will cause prints to warp and fail. This can be circumvented by keeping the filament in an air-tight, dry environment. Nylon can warp easily; depending on the printer and slicer used, some trial and error may be needed to prevent this. Printed items will degrade from UV radiation if left in sunlight for long periods of time.

Used for: Gears, Screws, and Cable ties.

Some manufacturers provide PA6 & PA12 Nylons, PA12 has increased moisture stability and is more resistant to moisture absorption. The same applies to Nylon 66 compared to Nylon 6.

Strength

High

Durability

Very High

Printability

Difficult

Pros

Cons

Recommended Settings

Print Temp

225°C -265°C

Cooling Fan Off

Temp may vary on brand

Bed Temp

70°C – 90°C

Temp may vary on brand

Print Surface

Heated Bed Required
Enclosure Required

Example Prints

Additional information

Weight0.6 kg
Filament Brand

Fillamentum

Filament Colour

Black

Filament Diameter

2.85mm

Filament Type

PETG

Filament Weight

600gms

Filament Range

Fillamentum CPE HG100

Filament Weight

600gms

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