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Carbon Fibre Rod 180mm



These 180mm Carbon Fibre Rods are strong, durable and aesthetically impressive – Ideal for Delta-Style 3D Printer arms and other DIY projects.

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While the notion of carbon fibre will forever be associated with fast and furious racing cars, the material is in fact a great fit for many DIY and 3D printing projects as well, and the pricing has come down to very affordable rates over the past few years. This has made it possible for us to stock parts like these 180mm Carbon Fibre Rods, which are not only strong and durable, but also aesthetically spectacular.

The carbon fibre tubing that we stock is weaved and rolled, which results in a smooth yet grippable surface, with criss-crossing greys and blacks and a unique sheen. We stock them in lengths of 180mm as well as 200mm Carbon Fibre Rods, and primarily use them for Delta-Style 3D Printers within our workshops. The reason they work so well for this application is because they are highly durable, but are capable of bending and stretching without permanently deforming as well. This makes them perfect as support arms on Delta-Style 3D printers, which are typically subject to a lot of arbitrary movement during 3D Printing.


180mm Carbon Fibre Rod  -  Technical Specifications:

  • Length

– 180mm                                              

  • Outer Diameter

– 6mm

  • Inner Diameter

– 4mm

  • 3D Printer Compatibility

– Delta-Style Printers


Typical Applications for 180mm Carbon Fibre Rods:

Although we stock these 180mm Carbon Fibre Rods as spare parts for the Delta-Style 3D Printers, many of our customers have invested in these rods for other DIY projects as well. This is because the combination of high durability, strength and flexibility of carbon fibre is nearly unmatched outside of extremely specialized fields like space travel. In fact, carbon fibre is often one of the common materials used in extremely specialised industries, and has finally become accessible and affordable enough to use within a home or office workshop.


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