3D Printing Materials

Polycarbonate (PC)

At a glance

Process

FDM

Colors

Black, White

Resolution

0.2mm

Applications

Suitable for high-durability applications like functional prototyping and manufacturing tooling

About the Material

High tensile and flexural strength suitable for demanding prototypes or even fixtures and tooling

About the Material

FDM PC offers a high tensile and flexural strength suitable for demanding prototypes or even fixtures and tooling. It is also highly resistant to wear, chemicals, and temperature changes, making it the perfect choice for demanding applications. FDM PC provides superior strength and durability, making it the ideal choice for manufacturers looking to produce reliable, high-quality parts.

Material Properties

Ultimate Tensile Strength

Metric: 60 MPa
Imperial: 8700 PSI

Elongation at Break

5%

Modulus of Elasticity

2300 MPa
Metric: MPa
Imperial: PSI

Flexural Strength

104 MPa
Metric: MPa
Imperial: PSI

Highest Operating Temperature (C)

Metric: 140C
Imperial: 422F

Why Use This Material

FDM PC is a great choice for 3D printing because it is a strong and durable thermoplastic that is highly resistant to wear, chemicals, and temperature changes. FDM PC also offers excellent thermal and dimensional stability, making it perfect for demanding applications where accuracy and reliability are key. Its superior strength and durability make it the ideal choice for manufacturers looking to produce reliable, high-quality parts. FDM PC is commonly utilized for high-durability applications like functional prototyping and manufacturing tooling.

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