Bambu PETG-CF is a composite material consisting of PETG and carbon fiber. The new formula greatly improved printing quality by reducing nozzle clogging and clumping compared to traditional PETG. With the addition of carbon fiber, Bambu PETG-CF offers improved strength while maintaining good toughness and a shiny look. It is an ideal material for drone parts, racing models, and various functional parts that require both high performance, especially impact strength, and a sleek appearance.
Less clumping and stringing
Bambu PETG-CF is improved with a modified formula that specifically addresses the issue of clumping and sticking to nozzle during PETG printing.
Premium print surface
Carbon fiber brings advanced texture to the print surface, while retaining the shine of PETG itself.
Carbon Fiber Texture
Carbon fiber brings soft reflection, minimal layer lines and a unique delicate texture.
Different from PLA-CF’s matte finish, PETG-CF offers a shiny finish and thus one more choice.
Strong XY Performance
The addition of carbon fiber also significantly enhances the XY strength of PETG without sacrificing layer bonding.
Learn more different filaments comparison on Bambu Filament Guide >>
|Filament Type||Carbon Fiber Infill||Carbon Fiber Infill|
|Hotend Compatibility||Hardened Steel (0.4, 0.6, 0.8 mm)||Hardened Steel (0.4, 0.6, 0.8 mm)|
|Build Plate Compatibility||Cool Plate, High Temperature Plate, Textuerd PEI Plate||Engineering Plate, High Temperature Plate, Textuerd PEI Plate|
|Print Speed||<250 mm/s||<200 mm/s|
|Toughness (Impact Strength – XY)||23.2 kJ/m²||41.2 kJ/m²|
|Strength (Bending Strength – XY)||96 MPa||83 MPa|
|Stiffness (Bending Modulus – XY)||3700 MPa||2890 MPa|
|Layer Adhesion (Impact Strength – Z)||7.8 kJ/m²||10.7 kJ/m²|
|Heat Resistant（HDT, 0.45 MPa）||55 °C||74 °C|
Compared to other carbon fiber materials, Bambu PETG-CF exhibits exceptional toughness
and is less prone to fracture under external stress and impact.
RFID for Intelligent Printing
All printing parameters are embedded in RFID, which can be read through our AMS (Automatic Material System).
Load and print! No more tedious setting steps.
|Recommended Printing Settings|
|Drying Settings before Printing||65 °C，8 h|
|Printing and Keeping Container’s Humidity||< 20% RH (Sealed, with Desiccant)|
|Nozzle Temperature||240 – 270 °C|
|Bed Temperature (with PVP Glue)||65 – 75 °C|
|Printing Speed||< 200 mm/s|
|Vicat Softening Temperature||85 °C|
|Heat Deflection Temperature||74 °C|
|Melting Temperature||225 °C|
|Melt Index||19.3 ± 2.4 g/10 min|
|Tensile Strength||59 ± 4 MPa|
|Breaking Elongation Rate||10.4 ± 0.6 %|
|Bending Modulus||2890 ± 130 MPa|
|Bending Strength||83 ± 4 MPa|
|Impact Strength||41.2 ± 2.6 kJ/m²|
• Bambu PETG-CF needs proper drying before printing. Recommended drying condition is 65 ℃ for 8 hours in a filament dryer, and 75 ℃ for 10 hours on a printer‘s heatbed. Learn more about filament drying. Please refer to: Filament drying cover on WIKI.
• To get stronger Z-adhesion, please set a higher infill density, and do not use an open-frame printer or set too large fan percentages to avoid over cooling.
• To get shinier looks, set lower speeds and relatively higher temperatures.
What’s in the Box
Filament with Spool*1 & Desiccant*1