3D printing

Thanks to adding aramid or carbon fiber into the production of 3D filaments, it creates a lighter material and a good inter layer adhesion, dimensional control, and shock resistant making it ideal for tooling.


Carbon fibers are extremely stiff and strong and can be automatically laid down in a wide variety of geometries by 3D Printers. Avantages: Increased mechanical resistance compared to native ABS, Low warping and increased stiffness, Good bed adhesion, Thermal resistance

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Carbon fibres

Aramid fibres are known for its energy absorption and extreme toughness. Avantages: Lighter prints compared to native ABS, Higher mechanical resistances compared to native ABS Low warping when printing (even less than with carbon fiber composites), Increased resistance to friction and shocks, A less abrasive fiber compared to carbon and glass

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Para-aramid fibres