Carbon Fiber NYLON Material
Carbon Fiber NYLON properties and characteristics
- Tensile Strength : 63.3MPa
- Tensile Modulus : 4387MPa
- Tensile Elongation at Break : 4%
- Flexura Strength : 78MPa
- Flexura Modulus : 5650MPa
- Glass Transition
Temperature (Tg) : 105°C
- Heat Distortion
Temperature (HDT) @ 0.45MPa : 102°C
- Surface Resistivity : >10
- Density: 1.14 g/cc
What Is Carbon Fiber Nylon ?
CFR Carbon Fiber Reinforced Nylon Filament is a semi-aromatic polyamide copolymer reinforced with high-modulus carbon fiber. This filament is ideal for anyone that desires a structural component with high modulus, improved chemical and thermal resistance, excellent surface quality, and ease of printing.
CFR Nylon is a semi-aromatic nylons which have a large cyclical structure in its backbone which makes them stiffer, more chemically resistant, less moisture sensitive, and have improved dimensional stability vs. aliphatic nylons such as PA6, PA66, and PA12.
- High Modulus Carbon Fiber - excellent stiffness
- Semi-Aromatic Polyamide
- Lower moisture uptake vs. PA6
- Improved chemical resistance vs. PA6
- Less shrinkage / warp vs. PA6
- Low-Gloss Surface
- Excellent Printability
Applications of Carbon Fiber NYLON Material
Ideal for anyone that desires a structural component with high modulus, improved chemical and thermal resistance, excellent surface quality, and ease of printing.