1.75 mm Nylforce Carbon Nanotubes Conductive filament, BlackFiberForce
A biopolymer compound based on Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) technology. Nylforce Conductive offers one of the best conductivities on the market together with perfect printability. 10 cm length of a 1.75 mm filament shows a resistance of 0.75 kohm.
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Biopolymer compound filament filled with Carbon Nanotubes, black color.
- With Carbon Nanotubes!
- Super conductive!
- Can be annealed
- Easy to print
- No heated bed required
|Nominal diameter||1.75 mm|
|Printing temperature||215 °C|
|Glass transition temperature||~ 60 °C|
Nylforce Conductive Carbon Nanotubes prints like a standard PLA at about 215 °C. If available, set the heated bed at about 30-50 °C. Suggested printing speed: 40-85 mm/s.
Nylforce Conductive Carbon Nanotubes can be annealed: a post printing crystallization through annealing makes it achieve a 100 °C of thermal resistance.
How conductive is it?
- Surface Electric Resistivity: 10 ohm
- A 10 cm length of 1.75 mm filament has a resistance of approximately 0.75 kohm
How to do "Heat Treatment"
Heat the object printed with Nylforce Conductive Carbon Nanotubes in the oven for 20 minutes at a temperature of 110 °C in order to anneal and increase the thermal resistance up to 100 °C. Depending on the thickness and geometry of the printed object, it may be necessary to vary the temperature and the time spent in the oven.
Low-voltage circuitry, touch sensor, prints to interact with touch screens, wearable and printed electronics.
Due to all the different types of hot-end it's extremely difficult to give a temperature advice. Please consider our tips as a starting point to find the temperatures that work well in your setup. You may have to adjust the temperature settings slightly based on your type of printer.