Carbon Fibre PETg 3D Printer Filament

What is Carbon Fibre PETg?

Carbon fibre is known for being strong, yet lightweight – and now you can 3D print with it!
Carbon Fibre-PETg (CF PETg) is a composite filament – 15% recycled carbon fibre, 85% PETg. This is a dimensionally stable material, which means no warping!

3D printed parts made from CF-PETg feature an attractive, matte black surface finish, with reduced layer visibility for enhanced visual effect. Features of this material include: extreme stiffness, impact resistance, and heat resistance of 75-80°C.

This is an abrasive material, so we recommend the use of a hardened / steel nozzle.

100% Recycled material

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is carbon fibre filament?

Carbon Fibre filament from Filamentive is a PETg-based composite filament containing 15% carbon fibre powder.

What is carbon fibre filament used for?

Carbon fibre filament enables 3D printing users to create parts which are extremely stiff and impact resistant, yet lightweight – this makes carbon fibre filament ideal for functional prototypes and end-use parts.

Is carbon fibre filament stronger?

Carbon filament filament is stronger than PLA, ABS and PETg filament – offering a Tensile (E) Modulus of 3800 MPa. This high tensile stress rating makes it ideal for load-bearing applications.

How to print carbon fibre filament?

Carbon fibre filament (CF-PETg) should be 3D printed at a temperature of 240±15°C, with a bed temperature of ≤70°C. Fan should be off/low and recommended flow rate is 105%.

Do you need a special nozzle for Carbon fibre Filament?

Due to the inherent abrasiveness of carbon fibre filament, a hardened steel nozzle of at least 0.5mm diameter is recommended to

The best carbon fibre filament

Rated as five stars by 3D printing users, Filamentive CF-PETg is the best carbon fibre filament when looking for an extremely still material with aesthetical properties.

Is carbon fibre filament dangerous?

Some customers ask if carbon fibre filament is dangerous in any way; if using Filamentive CF-PETg, the answer is no because the material is RoHS and REACH certified which guarantees there is no presence of harmful substances which may be toxic.