PVA Filament is a 3D printer filament that dissolves in water. With this property, PVA filament is an ideal filament to support an overhang in a 3D print. You simply put your 3D print in a bin with water afterwards and a few hours later your supporting parts are gone.
PVA filament, also called PolyVinylAlcohol, is a slightly flexible material which dissolves in water. Because it dissolves in water, the filament is sensitive to moisture if you keep it for a longer period of time (> 4 weeks). We therefore advise you not to use PVA as parent material for your 3D print.
Advantages of PVA filament:
+ Very suitable for supporting parts
+ Easily dissolves in water
- Dual-extruder required
- Slow 3D printing (± 25 mm / s) due to flexibility
- Requires airtight storage
PVA filament requires some attention to 3D printing successfully. We encourage you to read this page . Here we have described all the information and necessary settings for your 3D printer so that you can 3D print direct successful 3D prints with PVA filament.
Other specific information about this product can be found under the product specifications under the tab "specifications".
If you are having problems during 3D printing with PVA filament, please look under the heading "3D print help" at the top of this page. Here you will find an explanation with a solution to common problems during 3D printing.
|Material:||PVA (polyvinyl alcohol)|
|Diameter:||1.75 mm or 2.85 mm (± 0.05)|
|Print Temperature:||180-210 ° C|
|Print Bed Temperature:||50-70 ° C|
|Recommended print speed:||15-30 mm / s|
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