Ordered a sheet of LokBuild. As the PMMA doesn't seem to stick on whatever I used to use.
I first tested it with polycarbonate.@300°C nozzle 0,6mm layer 0,36mm, Bed@115°C (max allowed = 130°C for the Lokbuild)
Seems to stick very well. even better then on the ABS-juice I used.
This is a print of a new V6 40 mm fan shroud. As the Volcano is very close to the shroud (now in ABS) I prefer a PC one that can have up to 150°C.
Got the Lokbuild from the UK. (I don't have any connection with them!)
Before trying the PC, I send them a mail to get some more details about temperatures. Simon is very responsive!
Here some impressions of the print and the surface (4mm float glass : 315x315mm, Lokbuild : 305x305mm)
PC is quite hygroscopic like Nylon and absorbs water when left open to the air.
I have some storageboxes with a bag of silicagel in to keep everything dry.
When printing these sensitive filaments I use a dedicated box with a horizontal spoolholder in it on bearings and a bag (piece of Nylon stockings ) with around 500g of silicagel in it. The filament goes through an adapter to a PFTE-tube in the printer .