Max. building space:
250 x 250 x 300 mm
± 0,5% (min. ± 0,3 mm)
€ € €
from 1 working day
Our FDM - PA6 CF is a PA6 / 66 copolymer filament reinforced with carbon fiber, which has been specially designed for 3D printing. The filament has excellent mechanical properties that are otherwise only achieved by injection molding. Parts printed in this material have a very high-quality appearance and are thus also partially suitable as technical visible components.
Look and feel:
With the FDM process, the individual print layers (usually 0.1-0.3 mm), or process paths of the print nozzle, are clearly visible on the parts. In addition, support structures are often necessary for printing, which must be removed afterwards and can have an impact on the surface quality.
|Elongation at break
|Heat resistance (1.8 MPa)
The comparatively inexpensive but extremely flexible FDM process impresses with a huge selection of materials as well as large installation spaces ( with us, for example, up to 1,000 x 500 x 500 mm).
ABS is the most widely used plastic in the world. It is characterized by a high level of heat resistance and very good post-processing options.
The PLA, made from renewable raw materials, is characterized by its high tensile strength. It is particularly suitable for prototypes and bulky parts.
ASA is the ABS for outdoors. The property profile is similar, but ASA has a higher heat resistance and is more resistant to UV radiation.
This plastic combines the best properties of ABS and PLA. It is tougher than ABS, more heat resistant than PLA, UV stable and resistant to many chemicals.
Polycarbonate (PC) is an extremely tough material. It has a high temperature resistance, which is e.g. ideal for technical housings.
With an elongation of up to 480%, high chemical resistance as well as heat resistance up to 140°C, the material is suitable for industrial applications.
ESD ABS is ideal for critical applications that require a high level of protection against electrostatic discharges, such as electrical enclosures or packaging.
This material is a real alternative to conventional materials used for technical applications and is both food safe and compostable.