Luvocom® 3F PPS CF 9938 BK Filament

3D4MakersSKU: PPSCF-0000-175-750-3D4M
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Color: BK
Diameter: 1.75mm
Weight: 750 gram
Sale price€119.95 EUR


Luvocom® 3F PPS CF 9938 BK Filament is a Polyphenylene sulfide, linear with 15% added carbon fibers, and is known for it's heat and chemical resistance. Below 200 °C the material doesn't dissolve in any solvent. This particular high performance polymer grade is tailored made for the 3D printing industry to match the injection molding strength requirements and focusing on the serial production of end-parts. The filament can be used on conventional FFF / FDM 3D printing systems due to the enhanced printability, improved layer bonding and the unrequired use of a heated chamber. This 3D4Makers PPS CF filament features the following properties:

  • Outstanding chemical and thermal resistance
  • Strong, stiff and lightweight
  • Dimensional stability
  • Inherently flame retardant
    • UN-ECE R.118.03 (fire behaviour of materials in buses)
    • UL94 Vertical Burning Test 
    • EN 45545 (fire behaviour of materials in trains)
      • ISO 4589-2 OI (oxygen Index)    R22 + R23 - HL1, HL2, HL3
      • ISO 5659-2 Ds (smoke density) R22 + R23 - HL1, HL2, HL3
      • AFNOR NF CIT (gas toxicity)       R22 - HL1, R23 - HL1, HL2, HL3


Material properties

Description Value Test method
Density 1,51 g/cm3 ISO 1183-3
Tensile  Strength (dry, @50 mm/min) 120 MPa ISO 527
Flexural strength (dry, @10 mm/min)
170 MPa
ISO 178
Charpy impact strength (dry) 22 Kj/m² ISO 179 1eU
Continuous service temperature (20.000 h) 220 °C IEC 60216
Service temperature (during lifetime max. 200h) 240 °C /
Insulation resistance strip electrode (R25) ≤10⁶ Ω DIN IEC 60167
Surface resistance (ROB) <10⁶ Ω DIN IEC 60093


Printer recommendations

Description Value
Printer nozzle temperature 310 - 340°C
Heated bed temperature 80 - 100°C
Print Speed 20 - 50 mm/s
Bed Adhesion Magigoo HT on glass or a PEI Sheet
Pre drying recommendations 120°C, 4 - 6 hours
Extra We advise to use a adapted nozzle (>0.5mm) for carbon filled filaments

To get the best results while printing we advise you to keep the 3D printer in a room where there is hardly any draft and/or temperature fluctuations. When the 3D printer is not being used it is important to keep filament in a bag and stored in a cool, dry and dark place until it is used again.



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