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Water Soluble PVA Filament for 3D Printing - Canada

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PVA Filament - NATURAL - 3mm
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$44.95

Our new PVA 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
Temperature:

Notes:

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.
Adrian W.
The material is easy to print with and it does not clog the nozzle like other PVA. However, it very easily absorbs the moisture so if you do not print with it at the moment, just take the PVA out of the printer and keep in a sealed container.

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