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PVA Filament Transparent – 3 mm

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Item no: 0203300 weight: 0.5 kg 3d support filaments are the class of materials that come into play when you print 3d objects that have big overlaps. you cannot start printing something in the air if there is no anything underneath of the object. the wonderful solution for this problem has come to mind of one of 3d printing enthusiasts to use temporary material that would support upper layers during printing and would dissolve in water after objects are ready.

Diameter
3 mm

115 SAR

+ 15 SAR VAT

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Item no: 0203300 weight: 0.5 kg 3d support filaments are the class of materials that come into play when you print 3d objects that have big overlaps. you cannot start printing something in the air if there is no anything underneath of the object. the wonderful solution for this problem has come to mind of one of 3d printing enthusiasts to use temporary material that would support upper layers during printing and would dissolve in water after objects are ready.

115 SAR

+ 15 SAR VAT

In stock

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Technical Specification

Diameter
3 mm

Preparation: 1. measure out needed amount of filament from the roll (i used mankati um/cura to do this). cut the needed amount (i also added 20 cm extra plus bowden tube length since i have an pushing extruder motor setup) and reseal the roll in an airtight bag with silica pouches. i used a food vacuum sealer for his purpose.2. set an oven to 70 degrees celsius and put the filament into the oven for 6 hours. (i used an digital cooking thermometer to set the exact temperature).3. during the filament de-hydration period i prepared my print files (print speed 5 mm/s, 125% feed rate and your reco mmended temp setting). 4. used blue tape like you reco mmended.5. re-levelled the bed thoroughly using a folded piece from a standard thickness A4 paper. business card thickness just got a little bit to thick, which would normally work very well with other filaments.
printing: 1. preheat and prepare the printer.2. install the filament on the 3d printer, straight from the oven.3. start the print, and here comes the tricky part: when the extruder is setting the first layer i use a narrow blunt tip to secure the filament onto the tape. this is especially important when the extruder turns and changes direction. the next layers will go more smoothly (you won’t need to use the tip eny more). if doing dual extrusion prints, by any means do not use a prime wipe tower.4. here comes what’s even more interesting. when i reached about 0.5 – 1 cm of print had to increase the flowrate to 160% and somewhere around 3-5 cm had to set the feed rate to 190%.
item no:0203300 Color:natural weight:0.5 kg diameter:3 mm material:pva 3d support filaments are the class of materials that come into play when you print 3d objects that have big overlaps. you cannot start printing something in the air if there is no anything underneath of the object. the wonderful solution for this problem has come to mind of one of 3d printing enthusiasts to use temporary material that would support upper layers during printing and would dissolve in water after objects are ready.
pva filaments (polyvinyl alcohol) are easy to print with and used to support an object during printing process for those models with overhangs that normally would not be printed. this type of filament is a great material for a 3d printer with dual extruder. it is based on polyvinyl alcohol so it has pretty good properties, the main of them are non-toxicity and biodegradability once dissolved in water. usually pva dissolves in cold water but the process would go faster in hot water. please read technical specification of the material though. manufactures usually do not reco mmend to dissolve the material in water with a temperature higher than 70˚c (158˚ f).because of its high extensible structure pva filaments can be considered only for restricted application. it can be used on all co mmon desktop fdm or fff technology 3d printers and requires a heated build platform (hbp) or simply heated bed set at 55-60˚c. do not exceed printing temperatures above 225˚c.
pva (polyvinyl acetate) filament prints translucent with a slightly yellow tint and is primarily used as a 3d printing support material because it is water-soluble, meaning that it will dissolve when exposed to water (and so must be kept dry prior to use). pva is most often used with 3d printers capable of dual extrusion: one extruder printing a primary material (such as abs or pla) and the other printing this dissolvable filament to provide support for overhanging features. pva 3d printer filament is available in 1.75 mmand 3 mm.
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Diameter
3 mm

3d support filamentsare the class of materials that come into play when youprint 3d objectsthat have big overlaps. you cannot start printing something in the air if there is no anything underneath of the object. the wonderful solution for this problem has come to mind of one of3d printingenthusiasts to use temporary material that would support upper layersduring printingand would dissolve in water after objects are ready.
pva filaments(polyvinyl alcohol) are easy to print with and used to support an objectduring printingprocess for those models with overhangs that normally would not be printed. this type of filament is a great material for A3d printerwith dual extruder. it is based on polyvinyl alcohol so it has pretty good properties, the main of them are non-toxicity andbiodegradabilityonce dissolved in water. usuallypvadissolves in cold water but the process would go faster in hot water. please read technical specification of the material though.manufacturesusually do not reco mmend to dissolve the material in water with a temperature higher than 70˚c (158˚ f).because of itshigh extensiblestructure pva filaments can be considered only for restricted application. it can be used on all co mmon desktop fdm or fff technology 3d printers and requires aheated build platform (hbp)or simply heated bed set at 55-60˚c. do not exceed printing temperatures above 225˚c.
pva(polyvinyl acetate) filament prints translucent with a slightly yellow tint and is primarily used as A3d printingsupport material because it is water-soluble, meaning that it will dissolve when exposed to water (and so must be kept dry prior to use). pva is most often used with3d printerscapable of dual extrusion: one extruder printing a primary material (such asabs or pla ) and the other printing this dissolvable filament to provide support for overhanging features.pva 3d printerfilament is available in 1.75 mmand 3 mm.

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