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The 3D filament Kimya ABS Carbon belongs to the styrenic polymer family. Acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene-carbon (ABS Carbon) is a mixture of ABS and carbon fibers. ABS Carbon improves inter-layer adhesion and the compression resistance of the printed part. Parts...
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The 3D filament Kimya ABS Carbon belongs to the styrenic polymer family. Acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene-carbon (ABS Carbon) is a mixture of ABS and carbon fibers. ABS Carbon improves inter-layer adhesion and the compression resistance of the printed part. Parts that are 3D printed using this filament are lighter and less fragile than when using standard ABS. It is used to produce frames, supports, shells and propellers. It is also highly valued by manufacturers of drones and by modeling aficionados. The Kimya ABS Carbon 3D filament has the following properties:
|Diameter||INS-6712||1.75 ± 0.1 mm
2.85 ± 0.1 mm
|Density||ISO 1183-1||1.032 g/cm3|
|Moisture rate||INS-6711||< 1 %|
|Melt flow index (MFI)||ISO 1133-1 (@220°C – 10 kg)||35.7 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|
|Printing Speed||50 mm/s|
|Infill||100% - rectilinear|
|Tensile modulus||ISO 527-2/5A/50||2,189 MPa|
|Tensile Strength||ISO 527-2/5A/50||37.4 MPa|
|Tensile Stress at Break||ISO 527-2/5A/50||33.2 MPa|
|Tensile strain at break||ISO 527||3 %|
|Flexural modulus||ISO 178||1,822 MPa|
|Flexural stress at conventional deflection (3,5% strain)*||ISO 178||56.6 MPa|
|Charpy impact resistance||ISO 179-1/1eA||7 kJ/m²|
|Shore Hardness||ISO 868||93D|
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.