Prima SELECT PC (Polycarbonate) is one of the strongest material you can find on the market today. It´s a high-performance plastic with a unique blend of optical clarity, very high heat resistance and very good dimensional stability.
When printing with Prima SELECT PC we recommend that you use a heated bed. Set your heat bed to a minimum 100˚C for best results. Recommended print temperature for this product is 270-290˚C we recommend Prima SELECT PC for experienced users.
Prima SELECT PC is commonly used to make all sorts of products including bullet-proof glass, riot shields, smartphone exteriors and many other products that require an engineering grade material.
Prima SELECT PC sticks on BuildTak or glass plate coated with adhesive spray or glue stick.
Prima SELECT PC is reeled on a transparent spool with 500 g of high quality filament. It´s packed in a sturdy box and packed with silica gel to avoid moister.
Prima SELECT PC are available in diameter sizes of 1.75 mm and 2.85 mm.
Our state of the art factory is equipped with the latest in laser measuring technology to ensure that you will receive a spool of filament with a very tight diameter and roundness tolerance. This in turn makes for a filament that is compatible with most common printers on the market today.
Why should I use Prima SELECT PC?
|Recomended Printing Temp Min||270 ºC|
|Recomended Printing Temp Max||290 ºC|
|Recomended Printbed Temperature Min||110 ºC|
|Recomended Printbed Temperature Max||120 ºC|
|Recomended Printing Speed Min||35 mm/s|
|Recommended Printing Speed Max||80 mm/s|
|Recomended Fan Speed Min||0 %|
|Recomended Fan Speed Max||25 %|
|Recomended Retraction Min||1,5 mm|
|Recomended Retraction Max||5 mm|
|Recomended Flow Rate Min||103 %|
|Recomended Flow Rate Max||107 %|
|Specific gravity||1,2 g/cm3 ISO 1183|
|Vicat softening temp||145 °C ISO 306|
|Heat deflection temp||128 °C ISO 75|
|Tensile strength||65 MPa ISO 527 50mm/min|
|Tensile modulus||2350 MPa ISO527 1mm/min|
|Elongation at break||120 % ISO 527 50mm/min|
|Impact Strength||60 KJ/m2 ISO 1791eA|