I’m looking for someone with a TAZ6 and a build housing to make 3 parts for me from fiberglass filled Polycarbonate (Owens-Corning GF30-PC).
- Recommended nozzle temperature: 290-330°C
- Recommended bed temperature: 80-110°C
- Printing speed: 30-100mm/s
My goal is to see if the material is stiff & strong enough for the parts. I also need to know if such an add-on build housing will allow me to print this material successfully on my TAZ6 .
I’ve been printing NylonX prototypes for high-stress components in the footwell of my kayaks, using my TAZ6 without a build area housing. The NylonX is too flexible, as seen in the last picture below.
I can send the material and the STL files, and will pay for your service. The 3 parts will take most of half a Kilo.
You can email me
Jude at Huki com.
See 2 pics below…The items I want printed are the two long-narrow tracks on each side of the heel plate, and the heel plate with the logo . I don’t need the two articulating pedals or the travel-cars that hold the heel plate to the tracks.