Carbon Fiber PETG

Category: PETG

Material Information

Name: Carbon Fiber PETG
Source: Airwolf 3D

PETG CF offers a host of additional benefits, thanks to the addition of high-modulus carbon fiber. Enjoy high stiffness without added weight, along with heat resistance, and superior water and chemical resistance and low warpage. While traditional PETG already has a low tendency to warp, the addition of carbon fiber reduces risk of warpage even further, creating tight tolerances and even higher dimensional accuracy. PETG CF is engineering-grade and highly printable, featuring an appealing uniform texture, dark charcoal color and an even, matte finish.

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


    Purchase Options

    Company Available Colors Buy Now Black

    Mechanical Properties

    Property Standard Value Unit
    Ultimate Tensile Strength ISO 527 56 MPa
    Tensile Modulus ISO 527 5230 MPa
    Elongation at Break ISO 527 3 %
    Flexural Strength ISO 178 80 MPa
    Flexural Modulus ISO 178 5740 MPa

    Thermal Properties

    Property Standard Value Unit
    HDT @ 0.45 MPa ISO 75 77 °C
    Glass Transition Temp DSC 80 °C

    Print Settings

    Subject Airwolf
    Extruder Temperature
    • 242°C
    Bed Temperature
    • 70°C
    Bed Preparation
    • WolfBite Original for PETG
    Cooling Fan
    • Yes
    Closed Chamber
    • Yes
    Heated Chamber
    • Yes
    Chamber Temperature
    • Enable chamber temperature.

    Material Management

    Subject Airwolf
    • Store in dry place.
    Compatible Materials
    • None

    Slicer Settings

    Parameter APEX
    Material Profile Name Carbonite PETG
    Layer Height 0.2 mm
    Nozzle Diameter 0.5 mm
    Loops 1
    Skin 1
    Infill 42 %

    General Comments


    • Superior chemical resistance vs. ABS
    • Amorphous structure giving it low, near isotropic shrinkage
    • Low moisture absorption, 3x lower than ABS
    • Very low odor while printing
    • Wide processing ranges from 230-270°C
    • Unstressed tensile bars molded of PETG exhibit good resistance to dilute aqueous solutions of mineral acids, bases, salts, and soaps, and to aliphatic hydrocarbons, alcohols, and a variety of oils. Halogenated hydrocarbons, short chain length ketones, and aromatic hydrocarbons dissolve or swell the plastic.


    • Aerospace
    • Civil Engineering
    • Military
    • Motorsports
    • Light weight applications
    • Rigid applications


    • We currently recommend a hardened steel nozzle with a minimum diameter of 0.4mm.
    • Polymer/carbon fiber mixture increases the material’s brittleness

    Printing Skill & Experience - Advanced

    • Ideal layer height is 60% of nozzle diameter. We do not recommend printing layers smaller than 0.2mm with carbon fiber reinforced filaments.
    • Frequent clogging
    • Material is abrasive. We recommend using hardened nozzles, instead of brass nozzles, to reduce print issues caused by worn nozzles.