A strong, stable, low-shrinkage, and time-resistant variation of Engineering Plastic that is great for end-use parts, low-volume production parts, and mechanical parts. It has a high hardness level, low elasticity, and low level of deformation. Engineering Plastic is a great material for parts that are simulating properties of elements made using injection molding. It is also great for elements that need to be durable and stable over prolonged periods of time.
Fitting Parts Together
MAX BUILD VOLUME
197 mm x 245 mm x 195 mm
Our specified build volumes are the largest that we are able to print for each material.
minimum hole diameteR
A hole smaller in diameter than the specified minimum may appear closed after printing.
minimum wall thicknesS
A model's wall thickness must be thick enough to support the model. If it is not, warping may occur. A wall that is too thin may cause a model to break.
Interlocking parts are able to be printed all at once in a single print. In order for this to work, a minimum clearance must be met for the parts to come loose and work as intended.
Minimum embossed/engraved detaiL
For engraved or embossed details, a specified minimum size must be kept in order to maintain readability.
vertical wire diameteR
With a tall vertical wire, warping may occur during the printing process, therefore creating an erroneous print.
horizontal bridge max lengtH
This is the length at which an unsupported span of material can be created without utilizing supports.
Minimum angle unsupported overhanG
This is the angle at which the overhang sticks out. Any angle less than the specificed minimum angle must utilize supports.