Kimya Black PETG-Carbon Filament (2.85mm, 0.5kg)


Introducing a filament that is even lighter and more resistant than classic PETG: PETG Carbon. It is a material based on the glycolysis of polyethylene terephthalate to which carbon fibers are added, just like ABS Carbon or PEKK Carbon. This combination, therefore, offers greater resistance to chemicals and humidity and strengthens classic PETG. It offers low brittleness while also being lighter than most plastics. With low distortion, this filament can be used to print prototypes and technical parts. Thanks to its reinforced mechanical properties, it is a material that is widely used in industry for high-tech applications, as well as in the automotive sector and the medical field for the manufacture of prostheses.

Ask our Experts

Call Us | Email Us | Request Callback



Model PT2001TQ



Properties Test Methods Values
Diameter INS-6712 1.75 ± 0.1 mm

2.85 ± 0.1 mm

Density ISO 1183 1.317 g/cm3
Moisture rate INS-6711 10
Melt flow index (MFI) (@225°C – 2.16 kg) ISO 1133 9.7 g/10min
Glass transition temperature (Tg) ISO 11357 76 °C



Printing Direction XY
Printing Speed 60 mm/s
Infill 100% – rectilinear
Infill Angle 45°/-45°
Nozzle Temperature 225°C
Bed T° 60°C



Mechanical Properties Test Methods Values
Tensile Modulus ISO 527 4,015 MPa
Tensile Strength ISO 527 52.9 MPa
Elongation at Tensile Strength ISO 527 2.4%
Tensile Stress at Break ISO 527 41.3 MPa
Tensile Elongation at Break ISO 527 3.4%
Flexural Modulus ISO 178 2,987 MPa
Flexural stress at conventional deflection (3,5% strain) ISO 178 80.4 MPa
Flexural strain at flexural strength ISO 178 4 %
Charpy impact resistance (Charpy – notched type A) ISO 179 4.03 kJ/m²
Store Hardness ISO 868 76,4D