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DSM Novamid® ID1030 CF10

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Through our alliance with larger material manufacturers we're happy to share the first filaments that become available to you through our Ultimaker ecosystem.

 

One of those new materials is Novamid® ID1030 CF10, it's a carbon fiber filled grade PA6/66 filament. With a 10% carbon fiber reinforcement, it produces stronger, tougher and stiffer 3D printed parts. 

On a short notice the materials will be available to you through Ultimaker Cura. 

 

Novamid® ID1030 CF10 Data sheet.

 

If you have any questions or experiences you want to share about this material, please share them below ?

 

 

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Thanks for posting - great to finally see Ultimaker endorsing reinforced filaments. What I really like about the technical data sheet is how it explicitely states the properties measured along and across the printing lines (even if the Z-direction is still missing). 

 

However, the properties stated on the data sheet you linked are different from those I found here on the manufacturer's page: https://www.dsm.com/content/dam/dsm/additive-manufacturing/en_US/documents/novamid-id1030-cf10-leaflet.pdf

 

Do you know why they are different, even if they are for the same material?

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