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PolyPropyleneHD Carbon Fiber

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PolyPropylene (PP-HD) is high performance, heavy duty thermoplastic with low density, high elasticity and a high chemical resistance. The addition of micro-carbon fibers make it an ideal material for 3D-printing applications which have to endure high stress or strain. PP-HD is one the most used materials in the world due to its versatility and ability to engineer light weight tough parts.


Common parts include: RC Cars, Drone Parts, Sports Accessories, Gears, Fittings for Home Furnishings and more.


Features & Benefits

  • Low Density
  • Elasticity & Toughness
  • Resistant to Fatigue
  • Chemical Resistance
  • High-Performance
  • Superior Durability
  • High Temperature Resistance
  • Increased Strength
  • Clean, Matte Surface Finish
  • Lightweight

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Available Sizes
1.75 mm
3 mm (Filament diameter measures 2.88 mm)

Individual Packaging Stock
1 kg reels
5 lb reels

On Request
0.5 kg reels
10 lb reels (lead time maybe longer)
15 lb reels (lead time maybe longer)
30 lb reels (lead time maybe longer)
Coils in various weights

Full Box Packaging
0.5 kg reels packaged 14 to a box
1 kg reels packaged 12 to a box
5 lb reels packaged 6 to a box
Each box contains the same material, size and color.
All filaments are vacuumed sealed with desiccant.

+ 0.003” / -0.003”

Recommended Printer Specifications
Optimal Print Temp: 240ºC – 270ºC
Optimal Bed Temp: 80°C – 100ºC

All Keene Village Plastics 3D printer filaments are manufactured in Euclid, Ohio, USA with top quality raw materials and 3-Axis laser-controlled precision providing the highest class of products for the 3D printing industry. More Information


What is a Carbon Fiber 3D Filament?

Carbon fiber filaments are composite materials formed by infusing fragments of carbon fiber in a polymer base. The process is similar to metal-infused filaments like our TruCopper & TruBronze, but with tiny fibers instead. The polymer base can be of different 3D printing materials, such as PLA, ABS, PETG, or nylon, among others— Naturally, our NylonHD utilizes a Nylon base.

While true carbon fiber materials have long continuous fiber strands that improve mechanical resistance, these filaments contain short particles of around 0.01 mm in diameter. Although this is enough for improving the strength of printed parts, keep in mind that such filaments cannot compare to the actual material.


Where can you use Carbon Fiber 3D Filaments?

NylonHD is an incredible, reinforced nylon filament. With the addition of micro-carbon fibers, you get a tough filament capable of printing parts with rigidness, impact resistance, and high tensile strength. NylonHD is an engineering grade filament, ready for the toughest jobs. It gives you the durability of nylon combined with the stiffness of carbon fiber.


Common parts include: RC Cars, Drone Parts, Sports Accessories, Gears, Fittings for Home Furnishings and more.


Using it as a Printing Material

For those seeking more durable 3D printing materials, our NylonHD and PolyPropyleneHD Carbon Fiber filament presents a relatively easy alternative to materials like polycarbonate (PC) or PEEK, which can be more costly and in-demand. Moreover, the increased strength provided by the carbon fiber particles contributes to greater dimensional stability, helping to avoid warping and shrinking.

3D printing these materials, however, does present some issues. The infused carbon fiber particles aren’t melted by the nozzle during extrusion, which may lead to frequent clogging. In addition, these particles work as abrasive agents during extrusion, which over time will wear down a brass nozzles’ internal bore.

You need to reach a temperature range between 240°C to 270°C to print using Carbon Fiber filaments. Heating the bedplate is necessary; 80°C to 100°C should suffice in rendering complicated objects, such as engineering models and moving parts.


  • Special nozzles like hardened steel are strongly suggested for printing with composite materials to avoid wear on the internal bore of a standard brass nozzle
  • Run frequent clogging tests between prints to avoid any extrusion issues.

Buy Carbon Fiber filaments for 3D printing at KVP. We have an extensive selection of colors, dimensions, and spool sizes. Call us today, or send an email our way.

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