AprintaPro PrintaMent PVA-M natural

Cold-water soluble modified support material

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  • Made in the EU
  • Premium quality
  • Good solubility
  • Good adhesion to PLA, PET-G & M-ABS
  • £26.82 £29.00 -8% (£8.94 / 100 g)

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Item no.: APP-193031, Content: 300 g

EAN: 9120078082546

  • Made in the EU
  • Premium quality
  • Good solubility
  • Good adhesion to PLA, PET-G & M-ABS
1.75 mm / 300 g: £26.82 (£8.94 / 100 g)
2.85 mm / 300 g: £26.82 (£8.94 / 100 g)
2.85 mm / 500 g: £42.55 (£8.51 / 100 g)

Product information & technical details

Item no.: APP-193031
Manufacturer No.: 193031
Manufacturers: AprintaPro
Content: 300 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Product types: PVA & Support Filament
Property: Water Soluble
Filament colour: Natural
Net weight: 300 g

Description

PrintaMent PVA-M (modified polyvinyl alcohol) is a water-soluble filament for dual-extruder 3D printers and is therefore ideal for printing support structures.

Only the best raw materials and additives have been selected for PrintaMent PVA-M, making the material cold-water-soluble and easier to print.

AprintaPro's PrintaMent is rolled on a transparent coil which simplifies the assessment of the residual material.
The packaging also serves as a filament storage to easily assess how much filament is left on the coil.

We recommend printing PrintaMent PVA-M on a printing plate sprayed with PrintaFix.
The material has to be printed at less speed than conventional filaments.

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