PVA Filament

 

Soft, biodegradable and highly sensitive to moisture

What is PVA Filament?

 

PVA filament is the perfect support material for 3D printing. This is because when PVA is exposed to water it dissolves, which is why you can use it to fill cavities and hollow spaces in a model. Perfect for printing more complex shapes. After the print is finished, the PVA support filament can be easily removed with warm water, without leaving any marks.

What is PVA Filament?

PVA is a synthetic polymer that is created by polymerization of vinyl acetate, which is then hydrated. This creates a translucent or white material that is highly sensitive to moisture but can still serve as a filament in FDM 3D printing.

Composition

 

PVA is a synthetic polymer that is created by polymerization of vinyl acetate, which is then hydrated. This creates a translucent or white material that is highly sensitive to moisture but can still serve as a filament in FDM 3D printing.

Composition

PVA is a synthetic polymer that is created by polymerization of vinyl acetate, which is then hydrated. This creates a translucent or white material that is highly sensitive to moisture but can still serve as a filament in FDM 3D printing.

The advantages of PVA filament

Ideal as support material

Good adhesion on PLA and ABS

Biodegradable

Soluble in water

Importantly, where to store PVA?

 

It is important to choose a good place to store PVA. Because it reacts so quickly to water, it is important to store it under conditions as dry as possible, and at room temperature. Fortunately, the dddrop rapid one has a built-in filament dryer that ensures the filament remains of the right quality. 

Importantly, where to store pva?

It is important to choose a good place to store PVA. Because it reacts so quickly to water, it is important to store it under conditions as dry as possible, and at room temperature. Fortunately, the dddrop rapid one has a built-in filament dryer that ensures the filament remains of the right quality. 

Specifications

Diameter: 1.75 mm
Weight: 1 kg
Print temperature: 260-290°C
Melt temperature: 245°C ± 10˚C
Print bed temperature: ±120˚C
Storage: Cool & dry (15-25°C), away from UV light.
Note: The values shown are an indication and could differ between different printers. Please refer to our support page for more information

 

  • Strength
  • Flexibility 
  • Stiffness
  • Print Temperature
  • Ease of Use

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