Polymaker PC-Plus Black
Polycarbonate for the desktop 3D printer in black
Product information & technical details
|Diameter:||1,75 mm, 2,85 mm|
|Product types:||PC Filament|
|Net weight:||750 g|
|Recommended processing temperature:||250 - 270 °C|
|Recommended heating temperature:||80 °C|
Polymaker PC-Plus ™ is a polycarbonate-based filament specifically developed FDM / FFF 3D printing.
The material offers many advantages such as excellent print quality, high mechanical strength and heat resistance at moderate printing temperatures.
We recommend using a BuildTak printing film when printing with PC-Plus in order to achieve the best results.
Over 60 years ago polycarbonate (PC) became one of the most popular plastics in engineering. Now the Polymaker PC-Plus ™ the material has also made a breakthrough in the world of 3D printing.
The filament has good clarity. The parts have a beautiful crystalline shine.
Polymaker PC Plus ™ provides better heat resistance than most other 3D printing materials currently on the market. It can withstand temperatures well above 110 °C.
PC has basically only been used for expensive and "industrial" FDM machines. With the PC by Polymaker this has changed. The Polymaker PC-Plus ™ has been designed specifically for desktop 3D printers. Polymaker provides a material with excellent properties and good printing properties.
Polymaker PC Plus ™ can be reworked with ease. The printing object can be sanded to obtain a beautiful smooth finish. For more transparency and a glassy surface cover the component using clear paint.
Components created using the Polymaker PC Plus ™ filament exhibit a significantly improved mechanical strength as opposed to ABS and PLA.
With Polymaker's quality controls and rigorous testing a reliable filament with consistent quality was created.
Glass transition temperature: 112 ° C
Density: 1.19 to 1.20 g / cm3
Polymaker recommends using only products with a durable BuildTak printing film in order to achieve the best results.
English reviews written for Polymaker PC-Plus Black
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