PVA Filament - NATURAL - 1.75mm - 0.5 KG

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SKU: 12-B4-3000 Barcode: 10074613
Regular price $29.95 CAD
Regular price -33% $44.95 CAD Sale price $29.95 CAD

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Our new and latest PVA formulation is a cold water soluble support material, bonds well to plastics and prints easy. An excellent supporting material choice for dual extruder 3D printers. The modification on the new formulation results in a filament that is much more thermally stable than common PVA. It also bonds well to PLA, ABS and PET-G. This PVA filament is non toxic and biodegradable once dissolved in water. Easy printing with much less failures and easily removable.
  • Cold Water Soluble PVA (Polyvinyl Alcohol) Filament
  • Vacuum Packed.
  • New premium grade, easier to use formula.
  • No clogged nozzle as with common PVA
  • Improved melt flow
  • Improved layer adhesion
  • 100% Virgin Material.
  • Fully Degradable - Dissolves into regular tap water
  • Quality Controlled
  • Compatible With Most 3D Printers

STORAGE: One large resealable bag with slider + an extra desiccant pack are included with every spool. The bag and extra desiccant are a great way to safely store your filament spool when not in use. It keeps your filament bone dry & free from any dust or dirt particles, so it's always ready for your next print.

 3d filament net weight NET WEIGHT: 0.5 KG (1.1 LB)

3d printing temperature guideline Printing


190°C - 220°C
  • Dissolves into regular tap water. Simply depositing your part in water will allow the PVA to begin dissolving. Results can be agitated by using hot water and mixing.
  • No heated bed necessary. But if equipped, set to 40°C.
  • If the temperature on the heated bed is too high, it leaves the PVA flexible and will allow it to shift.
  • Decomposes rapidly above 225°C
  • When used as support material, increase the density of the PVA support.
  • You'll need a printer that has two extruders to utilize PVA as a support material
  • Sticks better to PLA than ABS when used as a support material.
  • When used with ABS as a support material, you should keep the PVA support VERY close (0.1mm) to the ABS surface and use high support density for the PVA.
  • PVA used as a raft will stick well to tape.
  • Print at a low speed.
  • Sticks well to blue tape and most common print surfaces.