Carbodeon PLA + uDiamond Filament

Nanodiamond enhanced 3D filament


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Carbodeon uDiamond® PLA (polylactic acid) is a high-performance diamond enhanced 3D printing filament. It contains functionalized nanodiamond particles. Nanodiamonds are spherical and act as lubricant in the filament extrusion, causing no increase in nozzle wear. The enhanced thermal conductivity of the material enables printing speed up to 500mm/s.

Overview

Carbodeon PLA + uDiamond Filament

Carbodeon PLA + uDiamond Filament is a high-performance diamond enhanced 3D printing filament. It contains functionalized nanodiamond particles. Nanodiamonds are spherical and act as lubricant in the filament extrusion, causing no increase in nozzle wear. This means you can print this material with standard brass nozzles, unlike other carbon-reinforced materials. The enhanced thermal conductivity of the material enables significantly faster printing speeds (up to 500mm/s, depending on your 3D printer's capabilities).

The diamond particles also reinforce the polymer structure, improving the stiffness, strength and adhesion between printed layers. The material also has a significantly higher temperature resistance than standard PLA, with a heat deflection temperature of 107C (125C for annealed components). The filament is suitable for consumer-grade and professional FDM/FFF 3D printers. The unique combination of stiffness, strength, wear resistance and unique thermal features makes it an excellent choice for functional mechanical prints.

Product Details

  • 1kg or 2.3kg spools
  • Biodegradable
  • Low toxicity
  • Nozzle friendly
  • Withstands heat
  • High strength
  • High stiffness
  • Printing speed: Up to 500mm/s
  • Stiffness (Young's modulus): 6500MPa
  • Strength (Tensile Strength): 45MPa
  • Heat Deflection Temperature: 107C (as printed) and 125C (annealed components)

Recommended Print Settings

  • Nozzle temperature 220°C - 250°C (depending on speed)
  • Printing speed 50-500 mm/sec (depending on your printer's capabilities)
  • Bed temperature 0°C - 50°C

Compare Materials

Material Type Properties Common Uses Extruder Temp Bed Temp Bed Adhesion Shop for Material

PLA

(Polylactic Acid)

  • Easy to print with
  • Minimal warping
  • High degree of part accuracy
  • Earth-friendly material
  • Pleasant semi-sweet smell
  • Cosmetic prints
  • Prototypes
  • Low-stress applications

190-220C

40-60C (optional)

Blue painter's tape, glass with coating of hairspray, or glass with a thin coating of PVA glue

ABS

(Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene)

  • Strong and slightly flexible
  • Wear resistant
  • Requires heated bed
  • Prone to cracking, delamination, and warping
  • Can be post-processed using acetone vapor
  • Prototypes
  • Mechanical parts
  • Engineering

225-260C

80-110C

Kapton tape, glass with a coating of ABS juice (ABS / acetone slurry), or hairspray

PETG

(Polyethylene terephthalate glycol-modified)

  • Durable and strong
  • Easy to print with
  • Low thermal shrinkage
  • Stronger and more temperature resistant than PLA
  • General purpose 3D printing
  • Heavy use prints
  • Engineering and industrial prototyping

230-250C

80-100C

Glass with hairspray or painter's tape

Nylon

(Polyamide)

  • Industrial-grade impact and abrasion resistance
  • Durable
  • High strength-to-weight ratio
  • Low friction coefficient
  • Good corrosion resistance to alkalis and organic chemicals
  • Functional prototypes
  • End-use parts

240-260C

60-80C

Glass with a thin coating of PVA glue

Polycarbonate

  • High strength
  • Temperature resistant
  • Flame retardant
  • Dimensionally stable
  • Strong inter-layer bonding
  • Prototypes
  • End use products
  • Parts requiring high strength/toughness
  • Parts operating in high temperature environments

260-280C

107-115C

Ultimaker adhesion sheets or glass with thin coating of glue stick / PVA glue

TPU

(Thermoplastic Polyurethane)

  • Highly flexible
  • Qualities of both rubber and plastic
  • Chemical resistant
  • End use parts requiring flexibility and/or chemical resistance
  • Wearables

220-240C

No heat

Glass (no adhesives required)

Polypropylene

  • Durable with high toughness and fatigue resistance
  • Low friction and smooth surfaces
  • Semi-flexible
  • Chemical resistance and electrical resistance
  • Prototypes
  • End use products
  • Electrical components
  • Living hinges

205-240C

85-100C

Ultimaker adhesion sheets or clear packaging tape

PVA

(Polyvinyl alcohol)

  • Water soluble (no chemicals required)
  • Used primarily as support material in dual extrusion printing
  • Biodegradable with no hazardous by-products
  • Sensitive to moisture absorption - store it in a dry place with dessicant
  • Complex models that require supports for large overhangs, deep internal cavities, and intricate geometries

215-225C

60-70C

Glass

Refer to our complete Filament Guide for details about additional materials


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