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PolyMax PETG

PolyMax PETG

PolyMax™ is a family of advanced 3D printing filaments produced with Polymaker’s Nanoreinforcement technology, to deliver exceptional mechanical properties and printing quality. PolyMax™ PETG offers better mechanical properties than any other regular PETG making it a good candidate for a wide range of applications

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    Nano-reinforcement - Nano-reinforcement technology is applied to produce filaments with excellent mechanical properties and printing quality. It dramatically improves the toughness of the material by increasing its impact resistance.

    Superior Toughness - PolyMax™ PETG is a nano-reinforced PETG filament exhibiting superior fracture toughness when compared to regular PETG and even ABS!

    Heat Resistant – PolyMax™ PETG features a heat resistance up to 80°C, suitable for a wide range of practical applications.

    Ease of Post-Processing - PolyMax™ PETG offers improved post processing capabilities when compared to PolyMax™ PLA. Easily sand your print to remove layer-lines and achieve a beautiful smooth surface.

    Easy-to-print - The great mechanical performance of PolyMax™ PETG is achieved with no compromise in printing quality. PolyMax™ PETG prints easily on a wide range of machines with minimal printing requirements and excellent dimensional stability.

    Uncompromised Quality - Polymakers leading quality control process and rigorous inhouse testing, ensure reliable printing and consistency across spools and batches.

    The typical values presented in Polymakers data sheet are intended for reference and comparison purposes only. Due to the nature of 3D printing they should not be used for design specifications or quality control purposes.

    Print Settings Mechanical Properties Thermal Properties Notes
    Nozzle Temperature: 230˚C – 240˚C Printing Speed: 30mm/s – 50mm/s Bed Temperature: 70˚C – 80˚C Bed Surface: BuildTak®, PEI sheet Cooling Fan: LOW for better surface quality OFF for better strength. Note: Based on 0.4 mm nozzle and Simplify 3D v.3.1. Printing conditions may vary with different printers and nozzle diameters Young’s Modulus: 1523 ± 50 (MPa) Tensile Strength: 31.7 ± 0.1 (MPa) Bending Strength: 58.3 ± 4 (MPa) Charpy Impact Strength: 9.7 ± 2.6 (kJ/m2) Glass Transition Temperature: 79 (°C) Vicat Softening Temperature: 82 (˚C) Drying Settings: 70˚C for 8h Recommended Support Materials: PolyDissolve™ S1 generally supports the model depending on its geometry Other: When printing large parts with PolyMax™ PETG an enclosure can be beneficial. It is recommended to use the PolyBox™ when printing with PolyMax™ PETG and to store it in the resealable bag. Technical Data Sheets: Contact us Safety Data Sheets: Contact us


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