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09-20-2018

New Carbon Fiber Filament for 3D-Printing

For Functional Prototyping and Industrial Parts

Novamid ID1030 CF10 is designed for printing functional prototypes and industrial applications
(© DSM)

Novamid ID1030 CF10 is designed for printing functional prototypes and industrial applications
(© DSM)

Royal DSM announced its new carbon fiber-filled grade PA6/66 filament Novamid ID1030 CF10 for 3D printing. Despite the low carbon fiber loading of 10% - much lower than other carbon filled materials - it produces functional prototyping and industrial parts with properties close to what is usually achievable only by injection molding while matching the easy and fast printing of unreinforced plastics.

According to the manufacturer Novamid ID1030 CF10 3D is designed for printing structural parts which are clearly strong, stiff and tough with high tensile strength and modulus, high dimensional stability and free of warpage.

These mechanical properties and smooth appearance should make it ideal for a very broad range of applications that require robust performance possibly at elevated temperatures such as automotive under-the-hood, protective and supporting sports gear; manufacturing jigs and fixtures; medical braces and prosthetics.

The material can be printed on standard desktop fused filament fabrication (FFF) machines with a hardened nozzle. Tests have shown that users can run their printers at the same speeds as with unreinforced plastics, while achieving considerably better strength and toughness.

Novamid ID 1030 CF10 has been tested on several open FFF platforms, including on GermanRepRap and the new Ultimaker S5.

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  • 05-15-2018

    DSM Expanding Capacity for Dyneema

    Invest to Increase Global Dyneema Production Capacity

    Royal DSM, Herleen, Niederlande, a global science-based company active in health, nutrition and sustainable living,, announced to increase its production capacity for Dyneema. Strong demand for both Dyneema UD (Uni-Directional laminate) and Dyneema fiber is prompting this increase.   more

  • Published in Kunststoffe international 2018/01-02

    Charge Air Cooler with Plastic End Caps

    High-Heat-Resistant PA Replaces Metal

    Royal DSM partners with automotive supplier to successfully replace metal with high-temperature plastics in charge air cooler end cap application.   more

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