MarkForged's Kevlar is the most bendable of the fibers that are can be printed with our printers.
Kevlar is a high strength material that is also able to bend or provide some flexability without snapping.
Kevlar fiber reinforcement is available on the Mark Two and X7 printers.
The following chart outlines the product specifications for Kevlar:
|Tensile Strength (MPa)||ASTM D3039||610|
|Tensile Modulus (GPa)||ASTM D30309||27|
|Tensile Strain at Break (%)||ASTM D3039||2.7|
|Flexural Strength (MPa)||ASTM D790*||190|
|Flexural Modulus (GPa)||ASTM D790*||26|
|Flexural Strain at Break (%)||ASTM D790*||2.1|
|Compressive Strength (MPa)||ASTM D6641||97|
|Compressive Modulus (GPa)||ASTM D6641||28|
|Compressive Strain at Break (%)||ASTM D6641||1.5|
|Heat Deflection Temperature (°Celcius)||ASTM D648
*Measured by a method similar to ASTM D790