PMMA 3D Filament

40,00  + IVA

PMMA 3D Filament

Valid alternative to Polycarbonate because it is easier to print, although slightly less durable. Also called PLEXIGLASS, it is capable of achieving high scratch and impact resistance. It has good UV resistance, which also makes it suitable for outdoor use. Possibility of cold welding with cyanoacrylates

Extremely transparent and shiny after post-processing by sanding and polishing

Good UV and weather resistance

Lighting applications, objects suitable for being outdoors, optical applications, architecture and design, Automotive, drones, home automation, robotics

Description

PMMA 3D Filament

Poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) belongs to a group of materials called technopolymers. It is a transparent thermoplastic also commonly called PLEXIGLASS.

Although not a familiar silica-based type of glass, the substance, like many thermoplastics, is often technically classified as a type of glass because it is a non-crystalline glassy substance, hence its occasional historical designation as acrylic glass. Chemically, it is the synthetic polymer of methyl methacrylate. 3D Filament PMMA is an economical alternative to polycarbonate (PC) when tensile strength, flexural strength, transparency, polishability, and UV tolerance are more important than impact resistance, chemical resistance, and heat resistance.

This material is commonly 3D-printed to make objects that can then be post-processed with increasingly fine-grained sandpaper and then polished with bodywork abrasive paste to make surfaces virtually 98 percent transparent. To understand basically it is the same material that is used to make the “glass” of car headlights. Very UV-resistant and easily machined for drilling, threading.

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