INTAMSYS PA12-CF Filament
$113.00 – $198.00
INTAMSYS PA12-CF Filament is a cutting-edge 3D printing material designed to revolutionize the world of additive manufacturing. Crafted with precision, this filament combines the exceptional properties of PA12 nylon with the added strength and durability of carbon fiber. Engineered for high-performance applications, this filament is perfect for creating robust and lightweight parts that can withstand even the most demanding environments. The INTAMSYS PA12-CF Filament boasts an impressive combination of strength, stiffness, and heat resistance, making it ideal for applications requiring structural integrity and dimensional stability. The infusion of carbon fiber into the nylon matrix enhances the material's tensile strength and rigidity, resulting in parts that exhibit excellent mechanical properties. Whether you're prototyping complex industrial components or manufacturing end-use parts, this filament delivers exceptional performance. Its superior layer adhesion ensures precise prints with minimal warping, while its excellent thermal properties allow for post-printing processes like annealing and heat treatment, further improving part performance. Take your 3D printing capabilities to new heights with the INTAMSYS PA12-CF Filament and unlock endless possibilities in engineering, automotive, aerospace, and other industries.
Carbon Fiber Infusion
This filament combines the exceptional properties of PA12 nylon with the added strength and durability of carbon fiber, resulting in parts with enhanced mechanical properties.
Designed for high-performance applications, the PA12-CF filament offers excellent tensile strength, rigidity, and dimensional stability, making it ideal for creating robust and reliable parts.
Superior Layer Adhesion
With excellent layer adhesion, this filament ensures precise and reliable prints with minimal warping, allowing for the production of complex and intricate designs.
The INTAMSYS PA12-CF filament exhibits excellent thermal properties, enabling post-printing processes like annealing and heat treatment to further enhance part performance and durability.
Heat deflection temperature (1.8 Mpa)
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