Carbon Fiber PLA is a composite material that combines the strength and rigidity of carbon fiber with the ease of use and versatility of PLA filament. It is a popular choice in 3D printing due to its unique properties and wide range of applications.
Carbon Fiber PLA is known for its high strength-to-weight ratio, making it suitable for producing lightweight yet durable parts. It offers excellent stiffness, which enhances the structural integrity and dimensional stability of printed objects. This material is commonly used for functional prototypes, industrial parts, mechanical components, drones, sporting goods, and various hobbyist projects.
Carbon Fiber PLA is commonly used in 3D printing functional prototypes due to its high strength and stiffness. It allows engineers and designers to create parts that can withstand rigorous testing and evaluation.
The exceptional strength-to-weight ratio of Carbon Fiber PLA makes it suitable for producing lightweight and durable industrial parts. It can be used in applications where weight reduction, strength, and stiffness are critical, such as in robotics, automotive components, and aerospace parts.
Carbon Fiber PLA is ideal for producing mechanical components that require high strength and stiffness, such as gears, brackets, and mounts. It provides enhanced structural integrity and dimensional stability compared to regular PLA.
The lightweight nature of Carbon Fiber PLA makes it well-suited for building parts for drones and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). It allows for improved flight performance, increased payload capacity, and enhanced durability.
Carbon Fiber PLA can be used to manufacture sporting goods such as bike frames, racket handles, and protective gear. Its high strength and stiffness properties contribute to improved performance and durability in these applications.
Carbon Fiber PLA is popular among hobbyists and DIY enthusiasts for various projects, including model-making, cosplay props, and custom accessories. It provides a unique aesthetic appeal with its carbon fiber texture.
|190°C - 230°C
|Elongation at Break
|± 0.05 mm
|1.3 g/cm3 (1300 kg/m3)
|21% to 85°C
|Very Low, When Cooling to Elevated Ambient Temperature