Kimya Brand 3D printing filament from Armor Group was developed with end-use performance in mind so that you can spend more time innovating, and less time post-processing your functional parts. Kimya brand filaments allow you to take your finished 3D printed parts right off of the print bed, and utilize them straight away in your end-use application. Armor Group’s Kimya ABS Carbon 3D printing filament is no exception; it will not shrink or warp due to the increased dimensional stability from the carbon fiber additive, and it offers enhanced interlayer adhesion during 3D printing, a higher tensile strength modulus, and lighter-weight finished 3D printed parts over regular ABS.
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THE ENHANCED MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CARBON-FIBER REINFORCEMENT
Kimya ABS Carbon 3D Printing Filament by Armor Group is a carbon-fiber-reinforced ABS 3D printing filament which boasts many enhanced mechanical properties over regular ABS 3D printing filament. Kimya ABS Carbon will not shrink or warp due to the increased dimensional stability from the carbon fiber additive, so you can trust that your end-use parts will not change their shape or size, and will continue performing. It is even easier to 3D print with than regular ABS, because of the enhanced interlayer adhesion granted by the carbon-fiber reinforcement. End-use parts 3D printed with Kimya ABS Carbon will also be more lightweight than if they were 3D printed with regular ABS, and also enjoy a greater tensile strength modulus than regular ABS, meaning Kimya ABS Carbon can withstand greater end-use application demands.
A functional end-use part 3D printed in Kimya ABS Carbon 3D printing filament. Note the beautiful surface finish obtained with Kimya brand 3D printing filaments.
- Recommended nozzle temperature: 250°C-270°C
- Recommended bed temperature: 90°C-100°C
- Printing speed: 40-50mm/s
- Part cooling fan: Off
- Download the Technical Data Sheet here!