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Hello i am interesting for fillaments that have more tha 90c resistance after prinnting. Diameter 2.85 i am going to use them with Ultimaker 2+ extended so will be better to have printing temperature <=260c

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Posted · >90c temperature resistance fillaments.
3 hours ago, vanias78 said:

i am interesting for fillaments that have more tha 90c resistance after prinnting. Diameter 2.85

 

No other material properties are important?

Where are you located (shipping rates)?

 

Another example that prints at lower temperatures:

https://www.extrudr.com/en/products/catalogue/green-tec-anthrazit_2174/

 

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Posted · >90c temperature resistance fillaments.
1 hour ago, tinkergnome said:

 

No other material properties are important?

Where are you located (shipping rates)?

 

Another example that prints at lower temperatures:

https://www.extrudr.com/en/products/catalogue/green-tec-anthrazit_2174/

 

Thank you . i am in greece . I dont care for other properties , most of items i print is for fishing and drones. My problem is when i forget pla on the car in sunny days i found them melt. Thats the reason i need something more resistant.

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Posted · >90c temperature resistance fillaments.

But if the part only has to withstand the hot car, then ABS or ColorFabb HT will do as well. 
If your car gets 90° in the summer, then I think you have completely different problems.  🙂 

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Posted · >90c temperature resistance fillaments.

Up till now PET has survived undamaged and unwarped in my car, even in our recent very hot summers with Mediteranean weather, quite unusual for Belgium. Contrary to PLA that even did not survive a mild spring or autumn sun. I think PET can have around 80°C?

 

If you would need it for autoclaving and desinfecting at 140°C, that would be a different story.

 

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Posted · >90c temperature resistance fillaments.
23 minutes ago, geert_2 said:

Up till now PET has survived undamaged and unwarped in my car, even in our recent very hot summers with Mediteranean weather, quite unusual for Belgium. Contrary to PLA that even did not survive a mild spring or autumn sun. I think PET can have around 80°C?

 

If you would need it for autoclaving and desinfecting at 140°C, that would be a different story.

 

yes i will try it. general i order every filament people suggest me here to test it.

17 hours ago, Smithy said:

But if the part only has to withstand the hot car, then ABS or ColorFabb HT will do as well. 
If your car gets 90° in the summer, then I think you have completely different problems.  🙂 

I tried ABS in past and i felt it was very difficult for me to use it. Most of the parts goes with problem in corners.

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Posted · >90c temperature resistance fillaments.
On 12/17/2019 at 3:52 PM, vanias78 said:

I tried ABS in past and i felt it was very difficult for me to use it. Most of the parts goes with problem in corners.

 

You can try Ultimaker ABS, which is easier to print.

But on the other side, when you try Colorfabb XT or HT, you have a PETG filament with much less difficulties during printing.

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