Polycarbonate (PC) filament is a heavy-duty thermoplastic filament and one of the most common 3D printing materials used in the 3D printing industry. Recommended for high strength applications.
Features & Benefits
- Extremely strong
- Impact resistant
- Stiff and rigid 3D parts
Polycarbonate should be extruded at or above 265ºC. Many current 3D printer extruders are not compatible with temperatures above 250ºC. Make sure your printer is capable of these temperatures or your extruder may fail.
3 mm (Filament diameter measures 2.88 mm)
Individual Packaging Stock
1 kg reels
5 lb reels
0.5 kg reels
10 lb reels (lead time maybe longer)
15 lb reels (lead time maybe longer)
30 lb reels (lead time maybe longer)
Coils in various weights
Full Box Packaging
0.5 kg reels packaged 14 to a box
1 kg reels packaged 12 to a box
5 lb reels packaged 6 to a box
Each box contains the same material, size and color.
All filaments are vacuumed sealed with desiccant.
+ 0.003” / -0.003”
Recommended Printer Specifications
Optimal Print Temp: 265ºC – 300ºC
Optimal Bed Temp: 110ºC – 120ºC
All Keene Village Plastics 3D printer filaments are manufactured in Barberton, Ohio, USA with top quality raw materials and 3-Axis laser-controlled precision providing the highest class of products for the 3D printing industry. More information.