Ultimaker Ultimaker PVA Filament - 2.85mm (0.35kg)
Ultimaker brand PVA is a dependable, water-soluble PVA 3D printing support material that enables users to design and 3D print models with complex geometries. Preparing a 3D print with Ultimaker PVA gives users the freedom to orient their model in any way needed, 3D print multi-component parts in a single manufacturing run, and dissolve away support material instead of removing it with pliers. Ultimaker PVA 3D Printing Filament is available in 2 spool sizes; it is compatible with PLA, Tough PLA, and Nylon; and is compatible with all 2.85mm 3D printers, including all Ultimaker 3D Printers!
UNLOCK NEW DESIGN AND 3D PRINTING POSSIBILITIES WITH ULTIMAKER PVA 3D PRINTING FILAMENT
Ultimaker PVA (polyvinyl alcohol) is a 3D printing material commonly used to create water-soluble support structures to achieve complex geometries. Ultimaker PVA 3D Printing Filament offers reliable adhesion with Ultimaker and non-Ultimaker PLA, Tough PLA, and Nylon. Its non-toxic formula dissolves in regular tap water, so it can be disposed of safely. Unlock the ability to create concept models and finished 3D prints with complex geometries, internal cavities, ball bearings, ball and socket joints, or caged gear mechanisms. Ultimaker PVA 3D Printing Filament was specifically developed for dual-extrusion prints, which means that it is supported on both the Ultimaker S5, Ultimaker S3, and Ultimaker 3 3D Printers. On these printers, you should print Ultimaker PVA with a BB print core.
Multi-component applications such as ball bearings, ball and socket joints, and caged gear mechanisms can be 3D printed as a complete assembly in a single manufacturing run with Ultimaker PVA 3D printing filament and a dual-extrusion 3D printer like the Ultimaker S5.
- Compatible with all 2.85mm 3D printers, including all Ultimaker 3D Printers
- Diameter: 2.85mm
- Recommended nozzle temperature: 215-225°C
- Recommended bed temperature: 60°C
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