MaterialsCarbon PEEK Materials Carbon PEEK Carbon fiber reinforced PEEK for incredibly strong parts. Composite material with PEEK matrix for parts with high structural characteristics Carbon PEEK is a composite material reinforced with carbon fiber, with extraordinary characteristics in terms of mechanical, thermal and chemical resistance. The addition of carbon fiber makes the material even more resistant from a mechanical point of view and allows you to go further in the Metal Replacement process even in the most extreme industrial sectors. Carbon PEEK finds application in a wide range of industrial sectors. It is used in very specific areas where a further increase in mechanical performance is required for out-of-the-ordinary performance. Main characteristics Mechanical resistance Carbon PEEK is reinforced with carbon fiber. The addition of carbon fiber increases the mechanical strength of the PEEK matrix, ensuring structural functionality up to 536°F (280 °C). Heat resistance The thermal conductivity of the carbon fiber favors a more homogeneous heat distribution. The reduced coefficient of thermal expansion of Carbon PEEK, in fact, leads to greater dimensional stability at high temperatures. Chemical Resistance The PEEK polymer matrix makes printed parts chemically resistant to most organic solvents, acids and bases even at high temperatures, making Carbon PEEK the leading candidate for metal replacement in the most chemically aggressive working environments. Resources Would you like to know more? We have created for you a series of technical contents aimed at deepening the characteristics and solutions that this material can offer you. Guide to choosing High Performance materials | White Paper Learn how to take advantage of high-performance polymers 3D printing. Download the Roboze guide to choosing the most suitable materials for your application. Roboze for Motorsport: 3D printing of a collector in Carbon PEEK Carbon PEEK, thanks to its mechanical, thermal and chemical properties allowed the Motorsport sector to introduce 3D printing within the manufacturing processes of components and light parts: Roboze, for example, has printed a collector for a racing car.