PolyMax Polycarbonate 750G
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PolyMax™ is a family of advanced 3D printing filaments produced with Polymaker’s Nano-reinforcement technology, to deliver exceptional mechanical properties and printing quality. PolyMax™ PC is an engineered PC filament combining excellent strength, toughness, heat resistance and printing quality. It is the ideal choice for a wide range of engineering applications.
- Extreme Toughness
PolyMax™ PC offers best in class toughness and much improved mechanical strength compared to ABS and PLA under almost all testing conditions.
- Heat Resistance
PolyMax™ PC offers better heat resistance than a wide variety of material types, withstanding temperatures well above 110 ºC.
- Excellent Mechanical Strength
Parts made with Polymaker PolyMax™ show greater mechanical strength compared to ABS and PLA under almost all testing conditions.
- Uncompromised Quality
PolyMakers rigorous in-house testing assures beautiful, reliable and accurate printed parts every time.
|Diameter Deviation||< 0.05 mm (~ 0.02 mm typical)|
|Printing Temperature Range||250 – 270 °C|
|*Buildplate Temperature *||90 – 105 °C|
|Printing Speed||30-50 mm/s|
|Spool Size||750 grams of filament|
*Polymaker PolyMax™ bonds really well with DIMAFIX Pen.
Store filament away from the sun and in a sealed plastic bag with the silicon moisture bag inside.
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PolyMax Polycarbonate 3D Printing Filament formally known as PC-Max
Nice material, filament broken in multiple places
Product: PolyMax Polycarbonate 750G
The material properties are great, a very good PC to print with. However in the last 200g there were at least 7 breaks in the filament (visible only once you got down to that level), which caused some real issues (a failed 18HR print!) Unfortunate otherwise I'd be considering the full 5 stars for this!
Callum - Jan 2019