Roboze Carbon PA Filament

Roboze Carbon PA Filament

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Description

Created uniquely for Roboze, CARBON PA is a polyamide filaments that is specially reinforced with 20% carbon fibers, allowing for a high tensile modulus that is great for high-end mechanical applications. Roboze's CARBON PA is great for all industrial needs, including metal replacement, end-use parts and functional prototyping. CARBON PA is great for eco-friendly needs due to its weight reduction and metal substitution, and boasts great impact absorption, flame protection and sustainability, long-term resistance and fluid resilience. CARBON PA is great for applications in automotive, manufacturing, plastics and motorsports industries and is available for use in the Roboze Argo 500. 

 

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