PolyMax™ PC-FR - Flame Retardant - Black - 1.75mm

PolyMaker

3d filament net weight MATERIAL NET WEIGHT: 1KG
Custom sizes may be available, contact us for details.
3d print settings PRINT SETTINGS: SEE BELOW.
Print settings listed in the product description below.
3d data sheet Canada DATA SHEETS & COFC: AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.
Contact us to inquire about documentation availability.

The Industrial range of products provide engineering grade materials to unlock the use of 3d printing in multiple industries for new applications. Industrial products can require specific equipment and skills.

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-FR is a flame retardant PC filament (UL94V-0/1.5 mm) displaying excellent toughness, strength and heat resistance. This filament opens new applications in the automotive, railway and aerospace industries.

PolyMax™ PC-FR features Polymaker's Nano-reinforcement technology:

Nano-reinforcement technology is applied to produce filaments with excellent mechanical properties and printing quality. It dramatically improves the toughness of the material by increasing its impact resistance.

Young’s Modulus:
2634 ± 182 (MPa)

Tensile Strength:
67 ± 4.5 (MPa)

Bending Strength:
96.6 ± 1.3 (MPa)

Charpy Impact Strength:
11.7 ± 1.3 (kJ/m2)

Glass Transition Temperature:
N/A

Vicat Softening Temperature:
116˚C

Melting Temperature:
N/A

3d printing temperature guideline Printing
Temperature:

Notes:

250°C - 270°C
  • Nozzle Temperature:
    250˚C – 270˚C

  • Printing Speed:
    30 – 50mm/s

  • Bed Temperature:
    90˚C – 105˚C

  • Chamber Temperature:
    90˚C – 100˚C

  • Bed Surface:
    almost any surface with a thin coat of PVA glue or Magigoo PC

  • Cooling Fan:
    OFF

  • Drying Settings:
    80˚C for 8h

  • Recommended Support Materials:
    PolyDissolve™ S2 (coming soon)

  • Other:
    When printing with PolyMax™ PC-FR it is recommended to use a heated chamber.
    It is recommended to anneal the printed part right after the printing process to release the residual internal stress when not using a heated chamber.

  • Annealing settings: 100˚C for 2h