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Novamid 1030 CF10  2.85mm 3D Printing Filament

Novamid 1030 CF10 2.85mm 3D Printing Filament

Product Code: DSM-NOV-1030CF-2.85mm
  • Filament Brand: DSM
  • Filament Type: Carbon Fibre
  • Filament Colour: Black
  • Filament Diameter: 2.85mm
  • Filament Weight: 500gms
An engineering grade CF infused filament, developed especially for use with FDM 3D Desktop printers. A pure polyamide 6/polyamide 66 with 10% carbon fibres rather than carbon powder.
£59.40 Inc Vat
£49.50 Exc Vat

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    Novamid® ID 1030-CF10

    Is an engineering grade filament, developed especially for use with FDM 3D Desktop printers .  Its the type of filament that you need for the "under the hood" jobs.  It is a pure polyamide 6/polyamide 66 with 10% carbon fibres rather than carbon powder.

    The material prints warp free and has a superb smooth appearance.  A perfect filament for use in the automotive industries, due to its high heat deflection and excellent interlayer strength.

    An enclosed chamber is preferred and a hardened steel nozzle is best for use with this filament. Plus a heated bed is preferred.  Keep the filament dried at all times when not printing and endeavour to store in a moisture free environment and use the reusable bag provided by 3D FilaPrint.

    Optimized crystallization profile improves fusion, enabling parts with excellent interlayer strength and high surface quality.

    Some of the possible uses for this filament are..

    • Under the hood automotive 
    • Jigs and fittings
    • High performance parts
    • Fixtures requiring high tensile strength


    Thermal properties of Novamid 1030 CF10

    Description

    Testmethod

    Typical value

    Printing temp.

    250±10°C

    Melting temperature (10°C/min)

    ISO 11357-1/-3

    200°C


    Physical properties of Novamid 1030 CF10

    Description

    Testmethod

    Typical value

    Tensile modulus (3D printed tensile bars) 45°-45°

    ISO 527-1/-2

    860 MPa

    Maximum tensile stress (3D printed tensile bars) 45°-45°

    ISO 527-1/-2

    37 MPa

    Elongation at break (3D printed tensile bars) 45°-45°

    ISO 527-1/-2

    110%

    Water absorption

    Sim. to ISO 62

    13 %

    Humidity absorption

    Sim. to ISO 62

    3,8 %

    Density

    ISO 1183

    1120 kg/m³

    Flexural modulus

    ISO 178

    2370 / 470 MPa

    Flexural strength

    ISO 178

    94.5 / 23 MPa



    Product export information

    HS Code: 39169090

    Description: Monofilament

    Country of origin: the Netherlands

    Compliance *

    This filament is compliant to below listed directives and regulations.

    RoHS directive 2011/65/EC

    REACH directive 1907/2006/EC
     


    Recommendations for 3D printing Novamid® ID 1030

    04.09.2018 . All information supplied by or on behalf of DSM in relation to its products, whether in the nature of data, recommendations or otherwise, is supported by research and, in good faith, believed reliable, but DSM assumes no liability and makes no warranties of any kind, express or implied, including, but not limited to, those of title, merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose or noninfringement or any warranty arising from a course of dealing, usage, or trade practice whatsoever in respect of application, processing or use made of the aforementioned information or product. The user assumes all responsibility for the use of all information provided and shall verify quality and other properties or any consequence from the use of all such information. Typical values are indicative only and are not to be construed as being binding specifications. .

    Chemically the bonding can be optimized using the proper substrate material and/or an adhesive promotor (“glue”). Good results can be obtained using a polyetherimide (PEI) or (glass fiber reinforced) epoxy build surface eventually in combination with the mechanical bonding options.

    Amongst the adhesive promotors, Dimafix® has proven to give good results. In all cases it is important that the build surface cannot deform together with the print so it should be stiff enough should and mounted well to the underlying structure.

    When the adhesion is good the print will exhibit low warpage and will give the good performance as targeted.

    Novamid® ID 1030 could generate less warpage stresses compared to other PA’s, so bed adhesion might be easier to maintain during printing. Dimafix®, PrintaFix, PEI sheet on glass are the options for this grade.

    Heated print bed For the best results regarding adhesion and crystallization behavior of Novamid® ID the build plate needs to be heated above 100ºC / 212°F. Higher build plate temperature will result in better adhesion to the build substrate as well.

    Closed and heated build chamber A heated build chamber reduces the warpage and helps the fusion of the layers during printing. In this way the force is reduced and is delamination from the build plate less likely.

    Dry filament Polyamides are hygroscopic of nature which causes more problems during printing when it has absorbed high amounts of moisture. Novamid® ID filaments are stored and packed under dry condition and when it arrives the filament is dry. To ensure the filament will be dry after use please store the filament back in the re-sealable bag with the silica gel pouches. In this way the filament can be used multiple times without having moisture issues. A preferred method is cutting the right amount of filament and store the rest of the spool back in the provided re-sealable bag. With this method, only the filament that is needed will be exposed to moisture. The best storage is in sealed plastic boxes that can be sealed with silica gel. This way ensures the filament to be dry for use.

    The material can also be dried in a desiccant dryer for 4 hours at 80ºC / 176°F. Make sure the spool is not deforming due to the temperature. Alternatively, a heat convection oven at 80ºC / 176°F can be used. In this case, allow for a longer drying time.  Silica pouches can also be dried via this method.
    We have also been informed by several customers that storing your filament in a bag of rice is also a great way to keep moisture absorption to a minimum.