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 (formerly known as PC-Max™) is an engineered PC filament combining excellent strength, toughness, heat resistance and printing quality. It is the ideal choice for a wide range of engineering applications.
Excellent Toughness - An excellent choice for engineering applications, PolyMax™ PC offers best in class toughness with much improved mechanical strength when compared to ABS and ASA and significantly improved impact resistance when compared to PolyLite™ PC.
Heat Resistant - PolyMax™ PC offers better heat resistance than a wide variety of material types, withstanding temperatures well above 110 ºC.
Improved Printability - PolyMax™ PC has been engineered specifically with compatibility and usability in mind. PolyMax™ PC not only offers excellent properties and print quality, but also benefits in printability when compared to other PC filaments. With a lower extrusion temperature (250 - 270˚C), PolyMax™ PC is an accessible PC filament that can be printed on a wider range of 3D printers. 90°C heated bed required.
Uncompromised Quality - Polymakers leading quality control process and rigorous in-house testing ensure reliable printing and consistency across spools and batches.
Nozzle Temperature: 250˚C – 270˚C
Printing Speed: 30mm/s – 50mm/s
Bed Temperature: 90˚C – 105˚C
Bed Surface: MAGIGOO PC BUILDTAK
Cooling Fan: OFF
Young’s Modulus: 2048 ± 66 Mpa
Tensile Strength: 59.7 ± 1.8 Mpa
Bending Strength: 94.1 ± 0.9 Mpa
Charpy Impact Strength: 25.1 ± 1.9 kJ/m2
Glass Transition Temperature: 113˚C
Vicat Softening Temperature: 117˚C
Drying Settings: 75˚C for 6h
Recommended Support Materials: PolySupport™
Other: When printing with PolyMax™ PC it is recommended to use an enclosure. For large part 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.
Annealing settings: 90˚C for 6h