NOVAMID®ID1030 CF10
Nov 21

NOVAMID®ID1030 CF10

NOVAMID® ID1030 CF10 is a new PA6/66 grade of carbon reinforced polyamide that brings properties of 3D printed parts close to what is usually achievable only by injection molding. With a loading of 10% carbon fiber, printed parts are stronger, tougher and stiffer compared with other FFF materials available, while matching the easy and fast printing of unreinforced plastics.

NOVAMID® ID1030 CF10 features:

  • 3D printable at same speed as unreinforced plastics thanks
    to low carbon loading of 10%
  • Enables properties close to what is usually achievable only
    by injection molding
  • Very low warpage compared to unfilled PA
  • Durable parts with good mechanical properties due to high
    inter-layer strength
  • Made from DSM Novamid copolyamide PA6/66, which is
    used in automotive and electronics for many years
  • HDT of 184ºC at 1.8MPa
  • Characteristic matte black surface-finish with less roughness
Sizeø toleranceRoundness
1,75mmø 0,05mm95%
2,85mmø 0,10mm95%
DescriptionTestmethodTypical value
Tensile modulus (3D printed: flat X-X direction)ISO 527-17625 MPa
Stress at yield (3D printed: flat X-X direction)ISO 527-1122 MPa
Strain at yield (3D printed: flat X-X direction)ISO 527-12,5%
Stress at break (3D printed: flat X-X direction)ISO 527-1110 MPa
Strain at break (3D printed: flat X-X direction)ISO 527-12,2 %
Tensile modulus (3D printed: flat Y-X direction)ISO 527-12720 MPa
Stress at yield (3D printed: flat Y-X direction)ISO 527-163 MPa
Strain at yield (3D printed: flat Y-X direction)ISO 527-13%
Stress at break (3D printed: flat Y-X direction)ISO 527-158 MPa
Strain at break (3D printed: flat Y-X direction)ISO 527-14,5%
DescriptionTestmethodTypical value
Printing temp.260 - 285°C
Melting temperature (10°C/min)ISO 11357-1/-3200°C

Colours:

Novamid® ID1030 CF10 is available from stock in:

bk1

Packaging:

Novamid® ID1030 CF10@DSM is available in your own packaging with co-branding from DSM.

Additional info:

The material is designed specifically for 3D printing, and 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.


Storage:

In order to prevent moisture pick up and contamination, supplied packaging should be kept closed and undamaged. For the same reason, partially used bags should be sealed before re-storage. Allow the material that has been stored elsewhere to adapt to the temperature in the processing room while keeping the bag closed.