Polymaker PC-MAX Polycarbonate 0.75kg 1.75mm Filament
PC-Max features unmatched toughness compared to other materials of similar stiffness and excellent impact strength, heat resistance and fracture toughness!
Polymaker PC-Max is a new polycarbonate based 3D printing filament designed for FDM / FFF desktop 3D printing!
PC-Max offers best in class toughness unobtainable of other 3D printing materials of similar stiffness. The excellent impact strength, heat resistance and fracture toughness of PC-Max make it a fantastic choice for engineering applications and parts that require high strength.
PolyCarbonate (PC) used to be reserved for those expensive “industrial” machines. It was notoriously difficult to print, printing at over 300 °C!
Polymaker lowered the printing temperature of their PolyCarbonate to a moderate 250 – 270 °C offering the fantastic strength of PC but with moderate printing temperatures and in return great warping resistance.
Features & Quality Control
Polymaker PC-Max is an excellent choice for real-world engineering applications, offering toughness that is unobtainable from other 3D printing materials of similar stiffness.
Polymaker PC-Max is capable of withstanding temperatures well above 110 ºC, offering better heat resistance than almost all other 3D printing materials on the market.
PolyCarbonate (PC) used to be a notoriously difficult material to print that was mainly reserved for those “industrial” FDM machines. Polymaker dramatically lowered the 3D printing temperature to bring this high strength material to the desktop 3D printing market. PC-Max prints at moderate temperatures with excellent warping resistance.
Let’s Talk Engineering
PolyCarbonace (PC) has become one of the most widely used engineering plastics for the last 60 years. Polymaker have brought this age-old material to the burgeoning industry of 3D printing.