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PolyMaker Polymaker Polysmooth Filament Electric Blue - 1.75mm (0.75kg)

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PolySmooth by Polymaker is the first 3D printer filament specifically designed for post-processing and layer line removal. Print parts using PolySmooth 3D printer filament, then use the Polymaker Polysher alcohol vaporization machine to automatically polish and smooth out layer lines on your finished 3D print, for a beautiful, smooth surface finish.

The polishing process is easier than ever: just put your 3D print into the Polysher, set the timer, and you're done! If you need parts with no layer lines, Polymaker’s Polysmooth 3D printing filament, along with the Polysher alcohol vaporization machine, is one of the fastest ways to achieve it!

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EASY PRINT, EASY POLISH

Polymaker’s PolySmooth PVB filament is easy to 3D print with thanks to its fairly low printing temperature of 220°C, and its low warping factor—basically as easy as 3D printing with PLA filament. After your part is 3D printed with PolySmooth, just place it inside the Polymaker Polysher, set the timer, and you're done! The machine will vaporize isopropyl alcohol, and polish your PolySmooth 3D print to a smooth, glossy finish with no visible layer lines. The polishing process usually takes anywhere from 20-40 minutes depending on the size of the 3D print. The Polysher can accommodate parts up to 150mm around and 180mm tall, and the circular plate rotates to ensure an even smoothing on every angle of your project.

Go from concept to finished parts in a fraction of the time!

The left part is fresh off the printer, the right is after 25 minutes in the Polysher with 90% Isopropyl Alcohol

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Nozzle temperature: 190˚C – 220˚C
  • Bed temperature: 25˚C – 70˚C
  • Printing speed: 40mm/s – 60mm/s
  • Recommended to use a cooling fan
  • Recommended to dry at 60˚C for at least 12 hours before printing, this material is pretty hygroscopic
  • Check out the full Technical Data Sheet here!

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