PAHT K7CF is a PA6-based carbon fiber-reinforced nylon consumable with high strength and rigidity. Printed parts are capable of over 100 MPa’s tensile strengths ( 140 MPa under the optimum printer and printing setup), and their continuous operating temperatures reach up to 150°C. With these properties, they are applicable to wear-resistance or high-strength parts in automobiles or machinery and can replace metal parts in multiple applications. It is recommended to use nozzles made of wear-resistant materials.
Basic Physical Properties:
|PAHT K7CF||Printed copy (horizontal printing of sample, 100% linear filling)||Injection molded parts||Test standards|
|Density (g/cm3)||1.15||ISO 1183|
|Melt flow rate (MFR) 1||20-25||ISO 1133|
|Heat deflection temperature(HDT)2||180||ISO 75|
|Vicat softening temperature(VST)3||214||ISO 306|
|Tensile strength (MPa)||80-110||ISO 527|
|Elongation at break(%)||2-4|
|Maximum force(Mpa)||110-130||ISO 178|
|Impact strength(KJ/m2)||20-30||ISO 179|
|Notch impact strength1(KJ/m2)||4-6|
*1. Test condition: temperature (T)=270 ℃; Mass (m)=2.16kg.
*2. Test condition: bending stress=0.45MPa; Heating rate=120 ℃/h.
*3. Test condition: load=10N; Heating rate=120 ℃/h.