The Paramount 3D filaments are made with 100% new PVA, compatible for use in majority of 3D printers. Can be used as supporting material for PLA as well as other filament materials, though not ideal for ABS. Printing temperature is at 190~220, the 1.75mm PVA filament comes with double layer sealed bags.
- Material: PVA
- Diameter: 1.75mm
- Brand: Paramount 3D
- Color: Natural
- 3D Printer Filament: PVA
- Spool Size: 1.375″ ID / 6.25″ OD / 2.00″ Depth
- Spool Weight: 0.5 kg (1.1 lb)
- Bed / Print Temperature: None / 190 – 210 C (374 – 410 F)
- Product Dimensions: 8 x 3 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds
- Work as a support material for PLA and some other materials, but not for ABS.
- Printing temperature is at 190~220
- 1.75mm PVA filament with double layer sealed bags
- PVA can be used as support filament material
- Typically used with PLA filament
- PVA is best printed around 195 C
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PVA is a popular filament in 3d printing workflows for support prints. You can easily print the material and dissolve in water as needed. Generally, it takes 4 hours to melt PVA in cold water. Warmer water can melt the PVA material faster. The PVA filament is softer and soluble in water under normal temp.
PVA is a safe water-soluble synthetic polymer, that dissolves easily in water. Applicable to most 3D Printers and the perfect filament to use for support material where you need dissolvable properties.
It also bonds moderately with filament materials like PLA (205C), Nylon (250C), ABS (230C), as well as TPU / TPE materials. For great results, print material slowly when changing between filaments. Use dense support layers and set the bridging speed at low or 35% less speed. The bridging base speed applies to initial main print layer on the dense support. This helps with the adhesion. Use excellent color changing desiccant so it lasts longer and it doesn’t pop and sputter.
The true beauty of the PVA filament is that it bonds firm enough on most prints. It can also be removed easily by hand, with no need to completely dissolve it in most cases. To remelt the PVA to achieve desired bonding, ensure that the print temperature is set high.
Mostly, PVA is often used with PLA, though not applicable with ABS. PVA adheres very well to PLA, but the extrusion temperature difference can be an issue with ABS. Essentially, PVA shouldn’t be used in high temperatures greater than 200°C, for longer periods.
Keep in mind, that letting it stay on high temperatures, known as pyrolysis, often form jams that can be extremely difficult to remove. Not like PLA and ABS, you can’t easily remove jam with higher temperature. If you’ll be clearing the jam in the nozzle, it may require re-drilling or replacing it altogether. So, be careful not to set it in high temperatures longer than necessary.
However, once PVA filament is printed out, it’s flexible and you can easily peel off 90% of it’s support structures without fully breaking the printed material. You can easily dissolve the rest with water.
The Premier 3D PVA filament comes with amazing vibrant colors. Whether you’re a professional or hobbyist, you want to see your imagination transferred into reality. This filament material has no oily residue, and produces no air bubbles. It comes loaded on a high quality spool. If you’re looking for best filament material for perfect 3D printing, the PVA 3D filament is for you.
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