Ultimaker Filament PC
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The 3D print material Polycarbonate (PC) gives an excellent print quality, is temperature resistant up to 110 degrees Celsius and provides high mechanical
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The 3D print material Polycarbonate (PC) gives an excellent print quality, is temperature resistant up to 110 degrees Celsius and provides high mechanical strength and toughness. Ultimaker's PC filament maintains strength, size, form and toughness even when exposed to high temperatures and is a perfect filament for printing molds, tools and functional applications.
The temperature resistance of Polycarbonate makes sure that printed objects keep their form under the most extreme conditions and is thus, ideal for a range of functional applications that require strong mechanical properties.
PC-filament is an amorphous thermoplastic polymer that results in better light transmission through 3D printed parts. The transparent version of the PC filament is, thus, very suitable for objects that need to let light through, like lampshades.
- High toughness, especially for the non-transparent filaments
- Resistance against high temperatures and maintenance of shape up to 230 degrees Fahrenheit (110 degrees Celsius).
- Fire-resistant properties
- Dimensionally stable
- Strong bond between layers
- Good attachment to the printbed
- Lighting applications possible with the use of transparent filament
- Designed for printing at medium temperatures
- Minimalized warping ensures a seamless 3D printing experience
Ultimaker's PC filament is delivered on a spool with 1.7 lb (750 gram) thermoplastic material with a diameter of 2.85 mm. The filament is available in the following colors:
- PC Transparent
- PC White
- PC Black
Ultimaker uses a so called open filament system, meaning that you can also use 3D print materials of other suppliers. If you only want the best, then you will notice that the filaments of Ultimaker usually produce the best results.
Do you want more information about all sorts of 3D print materials? Check out our special; 'What 3D filament print materials are there and what are the differences?'.