I’m making a component for my coffee machine that brews between 195-205 degrees F. I made the it out of mystery plastic (melted) and it melted. Then I did some research and cut it out of polypropylene. This didn’t melt, but it did warp enough for the part to not be usable for my purpose.
I don’t want to go with aluminum since it will “absorb” the heat of the water coming out and drop the temperature too much.
I’m looking for ideas on what options I have for super heat resistant plastic. I need it around 1/4 thick and 6x6 inches.