Carbon Fiber PLA Filament
Carbon fiber (alternatively CF, graphite fiber, or graphite fiber) are fibers about 5–10 micrometers in diameter and composed mostly of carbon atoms. Carbon fiber PLA is a Carbon fiber reinforced PLA polymer, It contains a large number of different lengths of fine carbon fiber, These are small enough to pass through the FDM 3D printer’s nozzle and increase the strength and stiffness of the polymer, then it effectively reinforced the 3D printing parts. The nature of carbon fiber PLA filament is matte black, It feels a sense of matte carbon. Carbon fiber PLA filament could be bend under a certain hardness.
Spool N.W: 0.8kg
Filament: 1.75mm Carbon Fiber PLA
Box size: 21 * 21 * 7.5 cm
Package Details: vacuum sealed, individual box, master carton
*Carbon Fiber PLA (Polylactic Acid) 3D Printer Filament Vacuumed Sealed With Desiccant
*High strength, better toughness, low odor, no warping, high chemical resistance
*Smoothly print, wrapped orderly, melt well, feed smoothly and constantly without clogging the nozzle
*Diameter Accuracy can be controlled within ±0.05 mm
*High stiffness and low weight
1. Printing temperature: 200-220℃
2. Heated bed: 50-60℃
3. Speed: 50-100 mm/sec
General printing tips:
1. It’s better to use a 0.4 mm or larger nozzle. Low print speed is recommended.
2.Change the nozzle before printing is a good way to reduce jam.
3.Finding the perfect gap between nozzle and print platform is important to get nice prints. We prefer to place A4 paper between the gap, it can pull out paper intact with some strength, then it is the perfect height.
4.PLA Filament adheres well to acrylic and blue painter’s tape, we prefer to use blue tape on the build plate with no raft.
5.Place remitting filament back to an original vacuum bag and stock them in a cool and dry place after print. The filament can absorb moisture from the air and affect its quality and performance.
6.Better to release filament to original status after print, keep it bend to a certain degree on your printer may cause a break for the next print.