Polycarbonate. 3D Printing Service.

Polycarbonate material is ideal for parts requiring strength.


3D Print your designs in Polycarbonate. Strong and Durable.

Polycarbonate is your choice for designs and applications where you need a stronger material over ABS, or where you need to prototype in your production plastic.

 Polycarbonate (PC) is the material of choice where you need additional strength for your design over our ABS material.  Our clients use 3D printed Polycarbonate to create factory tooling and end use parts.

3D Printing in Polycarbonate offers you high flextural and tensile strength which makes it suitable for demanding prototyping or end use designs.  Other applications include creating blow moulding 'Master' moulds, metal bending and composite forms.

Colour: White.

Our Polycarbonate material include Biocompatible and PC-ABS variations for specific applications.

Polycarbonate. Material Properties.

Key properties for our Polycarbonate 3D Printed material:

 Polycarbonate built in layers giving upto 80% mechanical strength for an injection moulded counterpart.

  • Heat deflection temperature of 138c.
  • Izod notched impact of  53 J/m
  • Default print of 0.254 (254 Micron) layers.
  • Minimum recommended wall or feature thickness of 1mm
  • Colour: White
  • Build Volume: 406 x 355 x 406mm


For the full material properties for 3D Printed Polycarbonate please see the material properties section -





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Example objects printed with our 3d printing services:

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Metal 3d printing service - example of work.


What our customers say about our 3d printing service

"Great service, great communication and great print for our product!"

Nick, Design Engineer.

What our customers say about our 3d printing service

"I have used 3D Alchemy on a number of occasions now to produce 'masters' for components for 1/24 scale models of vehicles. The service has always been fast, very efficient and friendly. I will continue to use them for all my future projects."

Steve, Scale Model Developer.



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