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Bars, Rods, and Shapes Produced from 30% Carbon Fiber Filled Polyamide-Imide (PAI) Material
- Aerospace Material Specification
Published May 19, 2021 by SAE International in United States
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This specification covers molded or extruded bar, rod, and shapes produced from a polyamide-imide polymer filled with 30% carbon fiber. This is designated as Grade 5 material per AMS3670.
This standard has been updated to include technical and editorial changes.
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