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Glossary » Materials » Polymers » Polyimide » 30% Carbon Fiber Reinforced
30% Carbon Fiber Reinforced PI is a subcategory of Polyimide. The additative is added by weight during the manufacturing process. Its molding pressure ranges from 10 to 30 MPa.
Polyimide, also known as PI, is a thermoplastic or thermoset polycondensate. Common trade names are Vespel and Kapton. thermoplastic, crystallized It has high impact and dielectric strength, high heat resistance (260 ºC continuous, up to 480 ºC intermittent), and a low coefficient of thermal expansion. PI is commonly used in bearing materials, thrust washers, and semiconductor wafer clamps.
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Other common Polyimide (PI) include Unfilled PI, 30% Glass Fiber Reinforced PI, 30% Carbon Fiber Reinforced PI, 15% Graphite Filled PI, 40% Graphite Filled PI, and Unfilled PI.
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