I recently backed a 3D printer on Kickstarter, and I would like to 3D print parts for high-temperature applications. So I have two questions;
What's the highest temperature polycarbonate can be safely heated to without warping or releasing toxins?
If there's a filament with better temp-resistance I can print could you tell me? (If you know the highest temperature it could reach safely, that would be helpful too.)
My 3D printer will have a heated bed up to 100°C, and an extruder temp of up to 250°C.