colorFabb HT Black

Durable and temperature resistant co-polyester

  • Low odour
  • High strength
  • Extremely high temperature resistance
  • Suitable for continuous loads
  • $56.66 ($8.09 / 100 g)
  • from 2 only $50.68 / pc -11%

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Item no.: CF-8719033555488, Content: 700 g

EAN: 8719033555488

  • Low odour
  • High strength
  • Extremely high temperature resistance
  • Suitable for continuous loads

Product information & technical details

Manufacturers: colorFabb
Content: 700 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Product Line: HT
Product types: PET / Copolyester Filaments
Property: Food Safe
Filament colour: Black
Net weight: 700 g
Recommended processing temperature: 250 - 280 °C
Recommended heating temperature: 100 - 120 °C

Description

ColorFabb HT filaments are composed of low odour material and suitable for advanced 3D print users.
The material is excellent to be used for models that depend on durability, robustness and high-temperature resistance.

ColorFabb HT offers the best mechanical performance of all co-polyester filaments in the entire ColorFabb range.

The HT filament has a high-temperature resistance of 100 °C.

The range of application is very broad. This includes automotive, functional and durable prototypes.

More information

The recommended heating board temperature ranges from 100 - 120 °C. If this range does not suffice for optimal adhesion, we advise using a BuildTak print surface in combination with the heating board.

Regulate the material cooling to 0 - 30%. The basic settings for certain devices can be found here:

How to print ColorFabb HT

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