Carbon Fiber ABS

Category: ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene)

Material Information

Name: Carbon Fiber ABS
Source: Airwolf 3D

Our carbon fiber ABS is a composite material that offers the stability and strength of ABS, but with added lightweight strength and a lower tendency to warp. The material is highly printable with finished parts that are rugged, yet refined — and the material offers the same post-processing options as regular ABS. Whether you need to fully customize the appearance of your print or desire a shinier finish, ABS CF can be sanded, primed, painted or finished with an acetone vapor treatment. While ABS CF responds beautifully to post-processing techniques, its unique appearance looks beautiful on its own. The carbon fiber ABS filament prints in a deep shade of graphite with an exceptionally even, semimatte finish.

  • Technical Data Sheet (TDS)
  • Airwolf 3D Printing Guide
  • Printer Compatibility:


    ABS - CF
    ABS - CF

    Purchase Options

    Company Available Colors Buy Now Black

    Mechanical Properties

    Property Standard Value Unit
    Ultimate Tensile Strength ISO 527 46 MPa
    Tensile Modulus ISO 527 5210 MPa
    Elongation at Break ISO 527 2 %
    Flexural Strength ISO 178 76
    Flexural Modulus ISO 178 5260

    Thermal Properties

    Property Standard Value Unit
    HDT @ 0.45 MPa ISO 75 76 °C
    Glass Transition Temp DSC 105 °C

    Physical Properties

    Property Standard Value Unit
    Density ISO 1183 1.11 g/cm³

    Print Settings

    Subject Airwolf
    Extruder Temperature
    • 252°C
    Bed Temperature
    • 118°C
    Bed Preparation
    • WolfBite Original for ABS
    Cooling Fan
    • Yes
    Closed Chamber
    • Yes
    Heated Chamber
    • Yes
    Chamber Temperature
    • Enable chamber heater.

    Material Management

    Subject Airwolf
    • Store in a cool dry place.

    Slicer Settings

    Parameter APEX
    Material Profile Name Carbonite ABS
    Layer Height 0.2 mm
    Nozzle Diameter 0.5 mm
    Loops 0.6
    Skin 1
    Infill 33 %

    General Comments


    • High stiffness
    • High tensile strength
    • High heat tolerance
    • High chemical resistance
    • Low weight
    • Low thermal expansion
    • Parts can be smoothed with acetone vapors
    • Higher melting point than PLA or PETG


    • Ideal for any applications which require light weight and rigidity.
    • Carbon fiber reinforced parts, designed to use less material and save weight, is extremely popular in aerospace, civil engineering, the military, and motorsports.


    • We currently recommend a hardened steel nozzle with a minimum diameter of 0.4mm.
    • Ideal layer height is 60% of nozzle diameter. We do not recommend printing layers smaller than 0.2mm with carbon fiber reinforced filaments.

    Printing Skill & Experience - Advanced

    • Use enclosed chamber to avoid part warp.
    • Dry material before printing.
    • ABS fumes are harmful, always ensure the HEPA filter is ON.