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PolyMax PC

PolyMax PC

Regular price $42.00 USD
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PolyMax PC for extra temperature resistance and toughness and printablility🌡️

1.75mm Polycarbonate filament ( PC filament 1.75mm ) is the strongest and heat resistant of ALL the 3D filament materials that can be printed with consumer grade printers

PolyMax PC is an engineering 3D printing filament polycarbonate offering the absolute best in toughness that is simply unobtainable from other materials of similar stiffness and showing much improved mechanical strength compared to ABS and PLA under varying deformation test. You can print jigs and fixtures or combat robot functional parts with PolyMax PC, sand by hand or machine and obtain a smooth surface that could rival any injection-molded part

Polymaker 3D printer polycarbonate filament, considering its fantastic properties is also quite budget-friendly compared to some more exotic carbon fiber-filled stuff. It doesn't shrink much upon cooling and will withstand the temperatures in a black car, in the desert, in the summer time, with the sun shining! For hard, strong, stiff, functional parts you won't find better than Polymaker polycarbonate filament 1.75mm

Carefully winded to avoid any tangling issues, dried and vacuum sealed in a resealable ziplock bag with desiccant. Please pass the filament through the fixed hole on the cardboard spool after use to avoid tangles

Polymaker 3D printer filament polycarbonate 1.75mm has good quality that would never cause clogs, jams, warps or other problems, has great bed adhesion, very consistent color and dimensional accuracy, giving you a good mood printing. It is also very low odor while printing which is a huge bonus

PolyMax PC Printing Settings - Nozzle: 250˚C ~ 270˚C; Bed: 90˚C ~ 105˚C; Chamber: 90˚C ~ 100˚C; Speed: 30mm/s ~ 50mm/s; Fan: Off; Bed Surface: MAGIGOO PC or BUILDTAK; Drying Settings: 75˚C for 6h. Annealing settings: 90˚C for 2h.
PolyMax PC Mechanical Properties - Young’s Modulus: 2048 ± 66 Mpa; Tensile Strength: 59.7 ± 1.8 Mpa; Bending Strength: 94.1 ± 0.9 Mpa; Charpy Impact Strength: 25.1 ± 1.9 kJ/m2. Thermal Properties: Glass Transition Temperature: 113˚C; Vicat Softening Temperature: 117˚C
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