The ease of printing with PEEK (polyetheretherketone) depends on several factors, including the type of 3D printer being used, the quality of the PEEK filament, and the experience of the user. PEEK is a high-performance polymer that can be difficult to work with, and it requires a special developed 3D printer with a heated bed and an enclosed build chamber to prevent warping and other issues.
Furthermore, PEEK filament can be expensive and may require special handling and storage to prevent degradation. As a result, printing with PEEK is typically more challenging than printing with other materials, such as PLA or ABS. However, with the right equipment and expertise, it is possible to achieve high-quality prints with PEEK by leveraging our technology.