Mix and match as many as you’d like for a variety of colorful prints. 250ft spools are approximately 1/2lb (225g) of material, 500ft spools are approximately 1lb (450g) of material and 1000ft spools are approximately 2lb (1kg) of material. You can print dozens of parts with one spool.
Carbon Fiber

250ft Carbon 3D Ink® $25 Ea.

Carbon 3D Ink® is a blend between M3D’s PLA material and 33% of carbon fiber particles. M3D’s PLA-based Carbon Fiber filament offers unmatched strength and accuracy ideal for making quality and precision parts. Carbon Fiber helps achieve exceptional stiffness and dimensional stability, as well as a highly professional, sleek, and high-tech look for the finished print. This lightweight filament is intended for artistic, non-industrial use. Best for experienced users.

Technical Specifications:

  • Filament Diameter: 1.75mm (not chipped, can be used with almost all 3D printers). The 3-letter code printed on the spool will automatically set the correct extrusion temperature in the M3D software.
  • Recommended Extrusion Temperature: 200 - 230°C
  • Recommended Heated Print Bed Temperature: 45 - 60°C when used, but it is not required
  • Recommended Build Surfaces: M3D printbed sheet, painter's tape, glue stick, glass plate, PEI
  • Other Printer Requirements: part cooling fan

Pro Tip:

To prevent clogged nozzles when changing between filaments, we suggest having separate nozzles when using Carbon Fiber and ABS-R lines of filament. Why? Due to the different heat requirements and material properties of these higher-temp, particle-filled filaments, it becomes difficult for softer, lower-temp filaments like PLA and Tough to completely push out Carbon Fiber and ABS-R from the nozzle.

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500ft Carbon 3D Ink® $38 Ea.

Carbon 3D Ink® is a blend between M3D’s PLA material and 33% of carbon fiber particles. M3D’s PLA-based Carbon Fiber filament offers unmatched strength and accuracy ideal for making quality and precision parts. Carbon Fiber helps achieve exceptional stiffness and dimensional stability, as well as a highly professional, sleek, and high-tech look for the finished print. This lightweight filament is intended for artistic, non-industrial use. Best for experienced users.

Technical Specifications:

  • Filament Diameter: 1.75mm (not chipped, can be used with almost all 3D printers). The 3-letter code printed on the spool will automatically set the correct extrusion temperature in the M3D software.
  • Recommended Extrusion Temperature: 200 - 230°C
  • Recommended Heated Print Bed Temperature: 45 - 60°C when used, but it is not required
  • Recommended Build Surfaces: M3D printbed sheet, painter's tape, glue stick, glass plate, PEI
  • Other Printer Requirements: part cooling fan

Pro Tip:

To prevent clogged nozzles when changing between filaments, we suggest having separate nozzles when using Carbon Fiber and ABS-R lines of filament. Why? Due to the different heat requirements and material properties of these higher-temp, particle-filled filaments, it becomes difficult for softer, lower-temp filaments like PLA and Tough to completely push out Carbon Fiber and ABS-R from the nozzle.

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Carbon Fiber

1000ft Carbon 3D Ink® $55 Ea.

Carbon 3D Ink® is a blend between M3D’s PLA material and 33% of carbon fiber particles. M3D’s PLA-based Carbon Fiber filament offers unmatched strength and accuracy ideal for making quality and precision parts. Carbon Fiber helps achieve exceptional stiffness and dimensional stability, as well as a highly professional, sleek, and high-tech look for the finished print. This lightweight filament is intended for artistic, non-industrial use. Best for experienced users.

Technical Specifications:

  • Filament Diameter: 1.75mm (not chipped, can be used with almost all 3D printers). The 3-letter code printed on the spool will automatically set the correct extrusion temperature in the M3D software.
  • Recommended Extrusion Temperature: 200 - 230°C
  • Recommended Heated Print Bed Temperature: 45 - 60°C when used, but it is not required
  • Recommended Build Surfaces: M3D printbed sheet, painter's tape, glue stick, glass plate, PEI
  • Other Printer Requirements: part cooling fan

Pro Tip:

To prevent clogged nozzles when changing between filaments, we suggest having separate nozzles when using Carbon Fiber and ABS-R lines of filament. Why? Due to the different heat requirements and material properties of these higher-temp, particle-filled filaments, it becomes difficult for softer, lower-temp filaments like PLA and Tough to completely push out Carbon Fiber and ABS-R from the nozzle.

Details & Reviews