Recommended temperature for heated bed is ≥60 °C. Do not exceed a printing temperature of 225 °C for a prolonged period. PVA works with most of the common adhesives. The speed at which the product dissolves in water is dependent on the volume of the printed object, the amount and the temperature of the water. Higher water temperature (up to 70 °C is no problem) will accelerate the dissolution. Keep in account that the temperature of the water is based on the properties of the material that you are printing with PVA to avoid warping issues (example, if you print PLA with PVA, keep the water around 40 °C). The PVA/water solution can be disposed through the household drain with an excess of water. PVA can be used on most Dual printing desktop FDM or FFF technology 3D printers. Storage: Cool and dry (15-25 °C) and away from UV light. This enhances the shelf life significantly. If you remove the spool out of the vacuum bag packaging and you do not store it in a place with low moisture content, we advise you to properly dry the material before printing to avoid any quality issue.
Xioneer 3D Printer filament – Xioneer PVA – Water Soluble Support Material 1,75mm – Compatible with PLA and PETG – 500g Spool
* Available at the latest on 14 October
Physical properties: Density (21.5 °C): 1.19 g/cm3 Melt flow index (MFI) at 220 °C, 21.6 kg: 2.3 g/10 min Printing temperature: 220±10 °C Melting temperature: 163 °C Vicat softening temperature: 60.2 °C
Butenediol-vinylalcohol-copolymer, Polyvinyl alcohol
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