What is the strongest 3D printer material? | Fusion3

Polycarbonate is the golden standard for 3d print filament strength, for 3D printers that melt plastics under 300*C (like the Fusion3 F410). Compared to nylon at 7,000 psi, polycarbonate’s tensile strength of 9,800 psi makes it the best choice for high-strength, functional components. However, with the Fusion3 F410, you may find large Polycarbonate parts may want to warp or curl. We might suggest that Polycarbonate derivatives like PC+PBT are excellent substitutes with only slight decreases in strength with improved 3D printability.