Novamid® ID1030 CF10 is a carbon fiber filled PA6/66 copolymer filament for 3D printing durable structural parts with high dimensional stability and no warpage. Despite the low carbon fiber loading of 10% – much lower than most carbon filled materials – Novamid® ID1030 CF10 enables parts that are stronger, stiffer and tougher parts with higher tensile strength and modulus.
Designed especially for 3D printing, the material’s excellent mechanical properties and smooth appearance make it ideal for a very broad range of demanding, structural applications that require robust performance possibly at elevated temperatures. Novamid® ID1030 CF10 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 speed as with unreinforced plastics, while achieving considerably better strength and toughness.
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Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) collaborated with DSM to improve the performance and design of the Mono R. Together, the companies built a lighter and less expensive Formula 1-inspired ram-air inlet system, improved the aerodynamic design of its custom-made mirror brackets and created durable steering wheels with custom grips.
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The collaboration between DSM and Team Sunweb has delivered numerous groundbreaking innovations to the world of cycling. This year, 3D printed arm pads were developed to enable the Team Sunweb riders to adopt a more aerodynamic and comfortable cycling position. With 3D printing, the pads were kept lightweight, adding minimal weight to the bike to minimize resistance and maximize performance.
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