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Steffen-Berlin
(@steffen-berlin)
Eminent Member

Hello!

I hope all of you are fine.

I'm looking for a material with a higher temperature resistant than ABS. Ideally125°C, better 150°C.

I found a material called GreenTEC and GreenTEC Pro.

Does anyone have experience in a Robox with it?

@Robox-Team: Can I print it with a standard dual head or do I have to use the SingleX head?

 

It is no advertisement, I really need the information!

Link to the material: https://www.extrudr.com/en/products/catalogue/green-tec-pro-schwarz_2284/

 

Thank you! Stay healthy!

Greetings!

Steffen

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Posted : 23rd April 2020 5:50 pm
BHudson
(@bhudson)
Former USA Robox Support Moderator

@steffen-berlin I don't see anything that would indicate a problem with this material. It seems to be a modified polyester blend and should work fine. 

Unless you use the carbon filled version, which does require the singleX print head due to the carbon fill, you can print it with the normal Robox print heads. The Robox print heads go up to 280C print temperature. If your head won't reach that temperature please open a support ticket. 

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Posted : 23rd April 2020 10:32 pm
Steffen-Berlin
(@steffen-berlin)
Eminent Member

OK.

Thank you for reply and your comments.

Greetings!

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Posted : 27th April 2020 5:53 pm
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