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Formfutura ApolloX CF10 - Black (1.75mm 500 gram)

FormFutura ApolloX is a modified ASA based 3D printer filament with improved mechanical properties and is suitable for 3D printing mechanical parts and outdoor applications with high precision and zero warping.



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Formfutura ApolloX CF10 - Black (1.75mm 500 gram)

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 High Speed Compatible 350mm/s

With high speed 3D printing becoming more prominent due to the introduction of high speed 3D printers, FormFutura is excited to introduce a range of new and existing upgraded materials to our assortment. These materials, while still suitable for traditional printers, have also been fully optimized for the new high speed 3D printing technology.


Our ApolloX CF10 combines all benefits of ApolloX filament plus 10% carbon fibers. ApolloX CF10 is a high-performance carbon fiber reinforced ASA filament.

The use of high modulus carbon fibers make ApolloX CF10 very lightweight and stiff. This engineering filament is very easy to 3D print on open desktop machines. No enclosure, or heated chamber needed. Its low shrinkage factor and perfect layer adhesion make ApolloX CF10 a breeze to print with.


Important key features

  • UV and weather resistant
  • Stiff with high modulus and impact resistance.
  • heat resistant up to 101°C
  • Super dimensional stability.
  • Easy to print on open desktop 3D printers.


Suitable applications

  • Aerospace ad automotive.
  • 3D printing housings and covers.
  • Rigid parts for outdoor applications.
  • Civil engineering applications.
  • Manufacturing end-use products


Carbon fiber reinforcement explained

Reinforcing filaments with carbon results in great benefits. It combines the unique properties of both materials.
The properties of the thermoplastic improve with everything carbon fibers offer. Carbon fibers offer lots of
benefits, such as:

  • Increasing stiffness
  • Reducing weight
  • Increasing tensile strength
  • Increasing dimensional stability
  • Reducing shrinkage / warping
  • Increasing heat resistance
  • Increasing chemical resistance
  • Masking layer lines with a matt surface finish in 3D printed objects

This makes carbon fiber reinforced filaments perfect for 3D printing applications that require stiffness and
lightweight properties.

General printing guidelines*

Nozzle size: ≥ 0.1mm Layer height: ≥ 0.05mm Enclosure needed: No
Print temp: ± 255 – 265° C Fan speed: 0% Heat bed: ± 95 – 105°C

*) Above displayed settings are meant as guidance to find your optimal print settings. These ranges in settings should work for most printers,
but please do feel free to experiment outside these ranges if you think it is suitable for your printer. There are a lot of different type of printers,
hot-ends and printer offsets that it is extremely difficult to give an overall one-size-fits-all setting.

*)When using high speed printing, the above displayed settings will likely need to be adjusted accordingly.



Please be aware that carbon fiber reinforced filaments contain a relatively high concentration of extremely hard
carbon fibers, which have an abrasive nature. In general these carbon fibers will accelerate the nozzle-wear of
brass nozzles, much faster than unfilled filaments. We recommend to use ruby nozzles or hardened steel


Storage and handling

Filament should be stored at room temperature in a dry and dark place with humidity below 15%.
Recommended storage temperature is ca. 18-25°C (64.4 -77.0°F). Keep out of moisture, sunlight and direct
heat. When stored properly, product has a shelf life of 24 months. To obtain the best parameters of the printed
object, it is recommended to dry the material prior to usage and to 3D print it directly from a dry box.


Product export information

HS Code: 39169090 Description: Monofilament for 3D Printing Origin: European Union