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Polycarbonate (PC) - 1.75mm (0.75kg)

0.75 kg of Polycarbonate filament. Polycarbonate is strong and very resistant to impact - this material is used when making bullet proof glass. This is the strongest material available in consumer 3D printing! However, you must be able to print at temperatures of 300C so we recommend upgrading your printer with our E3D HotEnds!
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0.75 kg of 1.75mm Polycarbonate (PC)

Polycarbonate is an extremely tough and durable thermoplastic material that is temperature resistant. This material is malleable while cold and can be bent without cracking. Polycarbonate should be used with a heated bed. Be sure to keep this material dry since it absorbs moisture easily.

Recommended Extrusion Temperature: 270°C-310°C

Heat Bed Temperature: 100°C+ The ideal temperature is 135°C, but we have successfully printed on the Raise3D N2 Series printers at 110°C. Consult your printer's specs and run as close to 135°C as possible.

Spool Dimensions (Aprox.): 200mm Total Diameter x 50mm Inner Hole Diameter x 60mm Height 

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