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ICE-Filaments PVA 2.85mm 300g

ICE_PVA_285_300

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PVA is quickly soluble in water, bonds well to plastics and prints easy. Therefore it is an excellent supporting material for dual extruder 3D printing.

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PVA is quickly soluble in water, bonds well to plastics and prints easy. Therefore it is an excellent supporting material for dual extruder 3D printing. This polyvinyl alcohol-based filament is non toxic and biodegradable once dissolved in water. For applications other then supporting material PVA @df is also available in colours and has a high tensile strength.

PVA Features

  • Excellent water solubility
  • Easy to print at low temperature
  • Good bonding to various plastics such as PLA and ABS
  • Biodegradable when dissolved in water
  • Limited smell

Dimension

Size

ø tolerance

Roundness

1.75mm ø 0,05mm 95%
2.85mm ø 0,10mm 95%

Physical Properties

Description

Testmethod

Typical value

Specific gravity ASTM D1505 1,23 g/cc
MFR 190˚C/21,6kg - 14-20 g/10 min
Tensile strength ISO 527 78 Mpa
Strain at break ISO 527 9,90%
Tensile modulusn(1mm/min) ISO 527 3860 Mpa
Impact strength Charpy method 23˚C ISO 179 Notched 1,6 KJ/m²

Thermal Properties

Description

Testmethod Typical value
Printing temp. - 180-205˚C
Melting temp. ISO 11357 163˚C
Vicat softening temp. ISO 306 60,2˚C

Colours

PVA is available in its natural colour.

Additional info

Recommended temperature for heated bed is ± 35-60˚C. Do not exceed a printing temperature of 225˚C, because then PVA crystallizes quickly and it will no longer flow and/or dissolve in water.

The speed at which the product dissolves in water is dependent on the volume of the printed object and the temperature of the water. PVA @df dissolves in cold water. Higher water temperature (up to 70˚C is no problem) will accelerate the dissolution.

PVA can be used on all common 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.