PrimaSelect NylonPower Carbon Fibre - 2.85mm - 500g - Natural -Black

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PrimaSelect NylonPower Carbon Fibre - 2.85mm - 500g - Natural -Black
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SELECT NylonPower Carbon Fiber is the latest generation of high performance material for your 3D Printer. Our SELECT NylonPower is based on Nylon 12 and is reinforced with 20 % carbon fibers. This makes for an extremely tough filament that is perfect for printed parts that can be used in the automotive industry, drones and RC parts.

SELECT NylonPower Carbon Fiber is a very useful material that has very unique properties. Mixed with small, chopped carbon fiber strands, SELECT NylonPower filament offers incredible rigidity, structure, and great interlayer adhesion. NylonPower is very easy to print with and has a matt surface when done. The finished prints are very stiff and rigid and are very useful if you need an object with high stiffness to weight ratio. SELECT NylonPower requires a heated bed, set to 60-70˚C to get a good first layer adhesion.

Due to the abrasive nature of SELECT NylonPower we recommend that you use a hardened steel nozzle for this filament. Using a regular brass nozzle isn´t a problem but it will wear out the nozzle in a short time.

SELECT NylonPower sticks on glass coated with adhesive spray or glue stick.

  • Weight and spool
    Each spool come with 500 grams of high quality filament. NylonPower comes on a clear spool with a powerful desiccant to avoid moister.
  • Perfect diameter tolerance
    NylonPower is controlled during the whole manufacturing process. This ensures that you have a filament with a diameter tolerance of +/-0.05 mm. 
  • Spooling
    We put great effort to make every spool perfect. This is to make you comfortable knowing that the filament won´t tangle on the spool. 
  • Easy to print
    The fibers that are mixed with nylon makes this material very easy to print on most printers. We do, however, recommend a hardened nozzle.

 

Tips and trick:

Take care of your filament:

Thanks to the Carbon fibers in NylonPower it reduces the amount of water that can be absorbed.
What you need to keep in mind is that NylonPower is a Nylon filament from the beginning, so you need to make sure that the filament is completely dry before using it. NylonPower is shipped in a vacuum sealed bag with desiccant so the first print shouldn´t post any problem.
In case of exposure for humidity we strongly recommend that you dry your spool of NylonPower before you begin to print. To do this, just place the whole spool in the oven at 80°C for 5 to 7 hours. Then you have dried you spool and can start a new print again.

How to print:

NylonPower requires a temperature of 250°C - 265°C to extrude correctly. The filament can be printed on most printers, but we highly recommend that you use an all-metal setup for your extruder. NylonPower can be printed at lower temperatures but please keep in mind that you will not get the same strength in the finished parts.
This filament contains carbon fibers, so it is very abrasive for your nozzle. We HIGHLY recommend that you use a hardened steel nozzle for this filament as a regular brass nozzle will wear out in a very short time.
Larger nozzles of 0.6 or 0.8 creates very strong prints and lower the risks of clogging up the nozzle. But it ok to use with a 0.4 mm nozzle as well.

NylonPower does not stick well to PEI, BuildTak or similar surfaces. Glass is the best surface to use coated with MagiGoo, PrintaFix, PVA based glue stick or similar. When printing with NylonPower you should not use any cooling fans.

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SELECT NylonPower Carbon Fiber is the latest generation of high performance material for your 3D Printer. Our SELECT NylonPower is based on Nylon 12 and is reinforced with 20 % carbon fibers. This makes for an extremely tough filament that is perfect for printed parts that can be used in the automotive industry, drones and RC parts.

SELECT NylonPower Carbon Fiber is a very useful material that has very unique properties. Mixed with small, chopped carbon fiber strands, SELECT NylonPower filament offers incredible rigidity, structure, and great interlayer adhesion. NylonPower is very easy to print with and has a matt surface when done. The finished prints are very stiff and rigid and are very useful if you need an object with high stiffness to weight ratio. SELECT NylonPower requires a heated bed, set to 60-70˚C to get a good first layer adhesion.

Due to the abrasive nature of SELECT NylonPower we recommend that you use a hardened steel nozzle for this filament. Using a regular brass nozzle isn´t a problem but it will wear out the nozzle in a short time.

SELECT NylonPower sticks on glass coated with adhesive spray or glue stick.

  • Weight and spool
    Each spool come with 500 grams of high quality filament. NylonPower comes on a clear spool with a powerful desiccant to avoid moister.
  • Perfect diameter tolerance
    NylonPower is controlled during the whole manufacturing process. This ensures that you have a filament with a diameter tolerance of +/-0.05 mm. 
  • Spooling
    We put great effort to make every spool perfect. This is to make you comfortable knowing that the filament won´t tangle on the spool. 
  • Easy to print
    The fibers that are mixed with nylon makes this material very easy to print on most printers. We do, however, recommend a hardened nozzle.

 

Tips and trick:

Take care of your filament:

Thanks to the Carbon fibers in NylonPower it reduces the amount of water that can be absorbed.
What you need to keep in mind is that NylonPower is a Nylon filament from the beginning, so you need to make sure that the filament is completely dry before using it. NylonPower is shipped in a vacuum sealed bag with desiccant so the first print shouldn´t post any problem.
In case of exposure for humidity we strongly recommend that you dry your spool of NylonPower before you begin to print. To do this, just place the whole spool in the oven at 80°C for 5 to 7 hours. Then you have dried you spool and can start a new print again.

How to print:

NylonPower requires a temperature of 250°C - 265°C to extrude correctly. The filament can be printed on most printers, but we highly recommend that you use an all-metal setup for your extruder. NylonPower can be printed at lower temperatures but please keep in mind that you will not get the same strength in the finished parts.
This filament contains carbon fibers, so it is very abrasive for your nozzle. We HIGHLY recommend that you use a hardened steel nozzle for this filament as a regular brass nozzle will wear out in a very short time.
Larger nozzles of 0.6 or 0.8 creates very strong prints and lower the risks of clogging up the nozzle. But it ok to use with a 0.4 mm nozzle as well.

NylonPower does not stick well to PEI, BuildTak or similar surfaces. Glass is the best surface to use coated with MagiGoo, PrintaFix, PVA based glue stick or similar. When printing with NylonPower you should not use any cooling fans.

Essential Data:

Material Carbon fiber reinforced Nylon
Diameter 2.85mm
Tolerance ± 0.05 mm
Heated build platform required Yes, 60 - 70° C
Print Temperature 250 - 265° C
Recommended Print Speed 40 mm/s
Weight Filament 500 grams
Total lenght on spool -
Spool Size 200 x 55 mm
Spool Hub Diameter 53 mm
Empty spool weight -

Technical data

Property Test method Value
Density ISO 1183 1,00 g/cm3
Melting point ISO 11357 180°C
Tensile Modulus ISO 527 6000 MPa
Tensile Strength ISO 527 100 MPa
Impact strength ISO 179/2-1eU 60 kJ/m2
Ball indentation hardness ISO 2039-1 110 MPa
Heat deflection temp. HDT/A ISO 75 155°C
Thermal expansion coefficient ISO 11359 0,5 10-4/K
Max usage Temp. long term ISO 2578 90-120°C
Max usage Temp. short term ISO 2578D 150°C
Specific volume resistivity IEC 60243 103 Ωm
Flammability ISO 1210 HB
Linear mould shrinkage ISO 294 0,3

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