Kimya CLEARANCE - Kimya Grey PEKK Carbon 3D Printing Filament - 2.85mm (500g)
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 have a beautiful surface finish and 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 PEKK Carbon 3D printing filament is no exception. It was designed to create parts that can withstand the most demanding applications, and provides heat resistance up to 260°C, abrasion resistance, and chemical stability -- it's even flame retardant!10% off - use code BESTDEALS during checkout - offer ends 12/31/2022
Please note, all Clearance Item purchases are final and are not covered by the MatterHackers Return Policy - this excludes Refurbished 3D printers and machines which have at least a 6-month warranty.
Reason for Clearance: This item is being discontinued on MatterHackers.
THE ENHANCED MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF PEKK AND CARBON-FIBER REINFORCEMENT
Kimya PEKK Carbon 3D Printing Filament by Armor Group is a carbon-fiber-reinforced PEKK 3D printing filament, which boasts many enhanced mechanical properties over regular PEKK 3D printing filament. Kimya PEKK Carbon has a lower rate of crystallization than PEEK 3D printing filaments, meaning it can be 3D printed at lower temperatures than PEEK while offering improved interlayer adhesion and reduced warping. End-use parts 3D printed with Kimya PEKK Carbon 3D Printing Filament can withstand application temperatures up to 260°C, and feature enhanced abrasion and chemical resistance. Finished 3D printed parts will also be more lightweight than if they were 3D printed with regular PEKK, and are rated UL94 V0 flame retardant.
A functional guide part 3D printed in Kimya PEKK Carbon 3D printing filament. Note the beautiful surface finish obtained with Kimya brand 3D printing filaments.
- Recommended nozzle temperature: 320-370° C
- Recommended bed temperature: 110-150° C
- Printing speed: 20-40 mm/s
- Download the Technical Data Sheet here!