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  • PolyMide PA6-CF 1.75mm 500g Black, Polymaker

PolyMide PA6-CF 1.75mm 500g Black, Polymaker

PolyMide PA6-CF 1.75mm 500g Black
Indicated wieght: actual amount of printable material.
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PolyMide™ is a family of Nylon/polyamide based filaments. Produced with Polymaker’s Warp-Free™ technology, PolyMide™ filaments deliver engineering properties intrinsic to Nylon and ease of printing.

PolyMide™ PA6-CF is a carbon fiber reinforced PA6 (Nylon 6) filament. The carbon fiber reinforcement provides significantly improved stiffness, strength and heat resistance with outstanding layer adhesion.

Recommended settings Mechanical properties Thermal properties Notes
Nozzle Temperature:
280˚C – 300˚C
Young’s Modulus:
7453 ± 656 (MPa)
Heat Deflection Temperature
(ISO 75 1.8 MPa):
196 ˚C
Drying Settings:
80˚C for 12h
Printing Speed:
Tensile Strength:
105.0 ± 5.0 (MPa)
Heat Deflection Temperature
(ISO 75 0.45 MPa):
215 ˚C
Recommended Support Materials:
Bed Temperature:
25˚C – 50˚C (Do NOT exceed 50 ˚C)
Bending Strength:
169.0 ± 4.7 (MPa)
Melting Temperature:
220 (°C)
Annealing 80℃ 6h
Bed Surface:
almost any surface with a thin coat of 3DLac
Charpy Impact Strength:
13.34 ± 0.52 (kJ/m2)
Cooling Fan:

We highly recommend to use a wear resistant nozzle

PolyMide™ PA6 CF features Polymaker's Warp-Free™ technology and Fiber Adhesion™ technology:

Warp-Free™ technology enables the production of Nylon-based filaments that can be 3D printed with excellent dimensional stability and near-zero warpage. This is achieved by the fine control of microstructure and crystallization behavior of Nylon, which enables the material to fully release the internal stress before solidification.

Fiber Adhesion™ technology improves the layer adhesion of fiber reinforced materials, by optimizing the surface chemistry of the fibers to achieve better dispersion and bonding to the matrix. This results in better strength along the Z-axis and reduced mechanical anisotropy.