POLYVINYL CHLORIDE (PVC) FILAMENT
Fillamentum Vinyl 303 (polyvinylchloride) is a high-technical material for the FFF (also known as FDM) 3D printing technology.
The commodity plastic is now available for prototyping.
It offers great mechanical properties, durability and impact resistance.
Vinyl 303 is commodity plastic ideal for prototyping:
- Flame retardant resistance
- Excellent chemical resistance – resistant to oils, salts, solutions, water
- Functionality, toughness, rigidity
- Great hardness and mechanical properties
- High impact strength
- Low moisture adsorption
- Safe for use in electrical and electronic equipment
- Recyclable, styrene free
That’s why we can proudly call it INDUSTRIAL.
Perfect workability and features
- commodity plastic available in the form of filament!
High quality of your 3D printing
- functionality, toughness, rigidity
Excellent printing properties
- strong interlayer and bed adhesion
- tensile strength, hardness, impact resistance
Improved heat stability
- basic PVC resists for 20 minutes
Excellent for prototyping
Low moisture adsorption
- resistant to oils, salts, solutions, water
- safe for use in electrical and electronic equipment
Recyclable, styrene free
Warning! The toxic fumes are emitted from this material.
Follow below safety recommendation from Fillamentum:
- avoid breathing of toxic fumes
- ventilate the room during printing
- printer with air filtration is appropriate(forexample HEPAfilters)
- pregnant women should stay away when Vinyl 303 is processed
- don’t use stainless steel nozzle, but the brass one are ok.
- stainless steel parts may corrode
- it is better to use Bowden type of printer
NET WEIGHT: 0.75 KG (1.65 LB)
|215°C - 230°C
- Hot pad: 80 °C
- don’t print higher than 235 °C
- Use Magigoo or similar PVA based product for bed adhesion
printing speed: 40–60 mm/s
minimum layer height: 0.15 mm
control printing of first layers–if it doesn’t look well, turn off the printer and change the settings of first layer
printing of PVC is recommended for experienced printers, not for beginners!
first heat up the bed, after temperature stabilization heat up the nozzle
reduce material delay in the nozzle, at elevated temperatures keep feeding or set removing offilament immediately after printing is finished
the bed must be well calibrated–low level of nozzle may cause low flow and clogging
clean the nozzle at the printing temperatures or lower–higher temperatures would cause clogging