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PETG CF pellets

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PETG pellets with carbon fiber for structural prints with dimensional stability.

The Nanovia PETG CF pellets are characterized by excellent mechanical properties and great dimensional stability, which makes them ideal for the manufacturing of structural parts, including for outdoor uses under pronolged mechanical stress. The added carbon fiber increases the chemical (oil and hydrocarbons), UV and abrasion resistance of the 3D printed parts and makes them lighter, while also contributing to smooth extrusion free of jams. The base of the pellets is PETG, a non-toxic thermoplastic polymer known for its low molding temperature, heat resistance and durability.

Tools 3D printed with the Nanovia PETG CF pellets

Image 1: Tools 3D printed with the Nanovia PETG CF pellets. Source: Nanovia.

Compared to ABS CF, a material similar in terms of applications, the PETG CF demonstrates progressive as opposed to sudden breakage. This will allow the user to change the 3D printed part before it breaks, thus avoiding the degradation of the device and allowing for better maintenance planning

The fact that this PETG CF comes is the form of pellets not only makes it a sustainable and slightly more affordable option than the PETG CF filament, but also offers numerous manufacturing possibilities. The Nanovia PETG CF pellets can not only be used for large scale manufacturing with a pellet extruder but also to make 3D printing filament with the help of a compact pellet extruder or to extrude directly onto a printing surface with the Mahor V4 pellet extruder mountable on any FDM 3D printer. The PETG CF pellets can also be used for injection molding.

Elongation at break (%) 2
Tensile strength (MPa) 43
Tensile modulus (MPa) 4700
Flexural modulus (MPa) 3800
Lightweight Lightweight
Fiber reinforced Fiber reinforced

The recommended extrusion parameters for the Nanovia PETG CF pellets are the following: 200-240 ºC for pellet extrusion, 50 ºC for moulding, and 220-240 ºC for 3D printing. The printing bed should be heated to 80-90 ºC and it is recommended to print on a 3D printer with a closed chamber (20 ºC) at 20-60 mm/s. The recommended nozzle diameter for the PETG CF pellets is at least 0.5 mm due to the carbon fiber contents.

If the parts 3D printed with the Nanovia PETG CF pellets are to be used outdoors, it is recommended to paint the parts or to subject them to an anti-UV treatment, such as the Nanovia smoothing coating.

When working with the PETG CF pellets, the user should always make sure that the workspace is properly ventilated and that face and skin protection is used. It should also be kept in mind that the pellets will preserve their longevity and give satisfying results only if they are stored properly, i.e. in a dry environment such as an airtight container with some desiccant.

General information
Material PETG CF
Format 0.5 Kg bag
5 Kg bag
Density (ISO 1183) 1.35 g/cm3
Colour Black
Mechanical properties
Izod impact resistance  -
Charpy impact resistance  20 kJ/m²
Ultimate breaking strength (ISO 527) 2 %
Maximal deformation at break -
Tensile strength 43 MPa
Tensile modulus (ISO 527) 4700 MPa
Bending strength  -
Bending modulus (ISO 178) 3800 MPa
Surface hardness -
Thermal properties
Processing temperature 200-240 ºC
Glass transition temperature -
Melting temperature -
MFR Ratio -
Additional information
HS Code 3901.1


* The typical values listed in this table should be considered as a reference. We advise you to confirm the final results and properties with your own tests. For further information please refer to the product data sheet.

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