Test performed at 1mm/min on 3D printed test specimins at 0°, along with the tension stress.
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last updated : 08/03/2023
Nanovia PA-6 CF, thanks to its added carbon fibres which reduce the amount of warping during the printing process, is printable at higher speeds at with more ease than native polyamide (also known as nylon). This FFF filament is ideal for mechanical parts which require shock absorbing capabilities and good thermal resistance up to 100 °C.
Nanovia PA-6 CF notably is used in the automotive industry for functional prototypes and mechanical components such as hinges and cogs.
Nanovia PA-6 CF is also available in pellet form for plastic extrusion and FGF pellet printing.
Polyamide is a semi-crystalline polymer, and is sensitive to humidity and oxidation due to its polar groups at high temperatures. Both mechanical and dimensional properties can be affected by the storage and printing conditions.
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Vacuum packed spools, with desicant, packed in individual boxes with engraved serial number.
Other formats available on demand.
Exemple provided by Lynxter, multi material 3D printers.