Conductive Graphene Filament, 100 grams
Conductive Graphene Filament, a material by Graphene 3D Lab, is specifically designed to allow you to 3D print electrically conductive components using almost any commercially available desktop 3D printer! By purchasing this filament, you agree that you have read and agree to the product description below, including the handling and disclaimer statements.
- Volume Resistivity: 0.6 ohm-cm
- Color: Black
- Diameter : 1.75 mm or 3.00 mm
- Size: 100 grams
- Reel diameter: 20 cm (7.87 in)
- Reel width: 5.5 cm (2.16 in)
- Hub diameter: 5.2 cm (2.04 in)
- Graphene-enhanced for superior conductivity and improved mechanical properties
- EMI/RF Shielding
- Manufacture of Conductive Traces
- 3D Printing
- Capacitive sensing
- High-Strength mechanical and functional parts
Avoid leaving filament in a heated nozzle for an extended period of time.
Recommended extruder temperature: 220°C
Recommended platform temperature: 50°C
Recommended print speed: 1800 mm/min Nozzle size: > 0.5mm
Extrusion multiplier: 1.1
Conductive Graphene Filament was tested using a direct drive 3D printing extruder. We do not guarantee that Conductive Graphene Filament will be compatible with non-direct drive 3D printers, such as delta models.
The filament is shipped in a vacuum-sealed package with a desiccant packet. Conductive Graphene Filament should be stored in a dry environment away from dust and other particles. User should avoid extended exposure to moisture. We recommend storing in an enclosed container with a desiccant packet. 3D printers, especially their nozzles, should always be maintained, and should be cleaned before and after use of Conductive Graphene Filament to avoid complications during printing. Users are also instructed to wash their hands before and after use of Conductive Graphene Filament.
Conductive Graphene Filament softens at high-temperatures (~50°C) and is designed to be used with prints intended for room-temperature operation; it is intended for low-voltage and low-current projects only. Do not exceed 12 volts and avoid using the filament for power supply’s that exceed 100 mA. Resistivity of one meter of the filament is 4 kOhm’s. Keep in mind that a major factor influencing resistivity is contact resistivity, so shortening the length of the trace will not linearly correlate to a decrease in resistivity.
The intrinsic properties of our Conductive Graphene Filament is such that it should not be left idle (as in not extruding or printing) in a heated printer nozzle. It may expand and cause blockage. After the printing is complete, remove filament from the nozzle promptly..
These materials and products may be used by skilled, experienced users, and at their own risk. To the fullest extent permissible by all applicable laws, we hereby disclaim any and all responsibility, risk, liability, and damages arising out of any death or personal injury resulting from the assembly or use of our products and materials. Specifications are subject to change without notice.