|Extrusion T°||270 – 290 °C|
|Plate T°||120 °C|
|Enclosure T°||90 °C|
|Printing speed||20 – 60 mm/s|
|Diameter||1.75 or 2.85 mm +/- 50µm|
|Density||1,18 g/cm3 (ISO 1183)|
|Tensile modulus||2560 MPa (ISO 527)|
|Tensile strength at break||45 MPa (ISO 527)|
|Tensile elongation at break||43 % (ISO 527)|
|Charpy (notched)||40 kJ/m2 at 23 °C(ISO 179/1eA)|
15 kJ/m2 at -30 °C (ISO 179/1eA)
|Izod (notched)||50 kJ/m2 at 23 °C (IOS 179/1eA)|
|Flammability||V0 UL 94 at 1,5 mm (IEC 60695-11-10)|
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Nanovia PC-ABS combines the strength of polycarbonate with the ease of printing of ABS, making polycarbonate printing accessible to a wide spectrum of 3D printers. Ideal for the production of shock resistant component such as sports protections (knee / shin / elbow). Thanks to its non-flammable properties it also lends itself to industrial applications.
- Shock resistance
- Easier to print compared to native polycarbonate
- Store Nanovia PC-ABS in a dry and dark location, if possible with a desiccant.
- In order to guarantee good printing conditions dehydrate Nanovia PC-ABS at 60 °C for 4 hours or longer, when the spools has been exposed to moisture for an extended period.
- Extrusion temperature : 270 – 290 °C
- Plate temperature : 120 °C
- Enclosure temperature : 90 °C
- For an outdoor usage, it’s recommended either paint or apply a protective UV coating, both polycabonate and ABS are sensitive to UV radiation, and might “yellow” or crack otherwise in the long term.
Health and safety
- We recommend printing Nanovia PC-ABS in a room equipped with air extraction or by using appropriate breathing equipment.
- We recommend wearing standard safety equipment during the post treatment of your prints made with Nanovia PC-ABS.
Spools are packed in individual boxes, sous-vide with desiccant. Spools are equipped with both a material traciblity and a production series number.
Other sizes available up to 25kg on demand.