KIMYA ABS Carbon Filament

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KIMYA ABS Carbon / Carbon Fiber Filament - 500 grams

The Kimya ABS Carbon 3D filament belongs to the styrenic polymer family. Acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene-carbon (ABS Carbon) is a mixture of ABS and carbon fibers. The carbon fibers give the filament improved rigidity compared to a standard ABS. This filament is highly valued by manufacturers of drones and by modeling aficionados. It is also used to make tools. The Kimya ABS Carbon 3D filament has the following properties:

  • No shrinkage
  • Better tensile modulus than ABS-S
  • Less warpage than ABS-S
  • Complies with the REACH standard
  • Product Dimensions: 20.7 × 20.5 × 6 cm; 0.8 kg

FILAMENT PROPERTIES

PROPERTIES TEST METHODS VALUES
Diameter INS-6712 1.75 ± 0.1 mm
2.85 ± 0.1 mm
Density ISO 1183-1 1.045 g/cm3
Moisture rate INS-6711 < 1 %
Melt flow index (MFI) ISO 1133-1 (@220°C – 10 kg) 17.4 g/10min
Glass transition temperature (Tg) ISO 11357-1 DSC (10°C/min - 20-220°C) 100 °C
Melting Temperature (Tm) ISO 11357-1 DSC (10°C/min – 20-220°C) 30 °C

PRINT PARAMETERS AND SPECIMENS DIMENSIONS

PRINTING DIRECTION XY
Printing Speed 50-60 mm/s
Infill 100% - rectilinear
Infill Angle 45°/-45°
Nozzle Temperature 245-270°C
Bed T° 90-95°C

PRINTED SPECIMENS PROPERTIES

PROPERTIES TEST METHODS VALUES
MECHANICAL PROPERTIES Tensile modulus ISO 527-2/5A/50 2,665 MPa
Tensile Strength ISO 527-2/5A/50 35.7 MPa
Tensile Stress at Break ISO 527-2/5A/50 37.5 MPa
Tensile strain at break ISO 527 2 %
Flexural modulus ISO 178 1,809 MPa
Flexural stress at conventional deflection (3,5% strain)* ISO 178 51.4 MPa
Charpy impact resistance ISO 179-1/1eA 6.2 kJ/m²
Shore Hardness ISO 868 72.7
Note 1 *According to ISO 178, end of the test at 5% deformation even if there is no specimen break.
Note 2 The data should be considered as indicative values - Properties can be influenced by production conditions.

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