PVA Water Soluble 3D Printing Filament | FormFutura Hong Kong Reseller
PVA water soluble 3D printing filament is one of the most common water-soluble 3D printing materials on the market. Formfutura’s Helios Support PVA water soluble 3D printing filament (1.75mm/ 2.85mm) is a 3D printing material with excellent thermal stability. The material of Formfutura has a stable wire diameter, which keeps the 3D printing process smooth and allows the printed product to maintain the highest quality. 3D Lab Store is the Hong Kong reseller of Formfutura 3D printing materials. The Formfutura PVA water soluble 3D printing filament that can be found in the 3D Lab Store include Helios Support water-soluble 3D printing materials, with different wire diameter options.
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Main Characteristics of Helios Support PVA water soluble 3D printing Filament
Formfutura Helios Support is a water-soluble PVA (polyvinyl alcohol) 3D printing filament that can be used for styrene-based materials or thermoplastic 3D printing materials that require 3D printing at high temperatures. Helios Support is a water-soluble PVA supporting 3D printing material with excellent thermal stability, which can be 3D printed at a nozzle temperature of up to 250°C. This makes Helios Support an ideal PVA water soluble 3D printing filament.
– Good solubility in warm water
– Circulating water will speed up the dissolution process
– Excellent thermal stability, minimizing the risk of deterioration/crystallization inside the nozzle
– Helios Support PVA water-soluble 3D printing material has a maximum thermal stability of 250°C.
– Can print in a heating room heated to 60°C
– When dissolved in water, it is biodegradable, can be safely dissolved in tap water, and can be treated with large amounts of water in the kitchen sink.
– It has good adhesion with printing materials such as Styrene-based materials and other (thermo) plastic materials in a similar temperature range.