350 gram spool - Ultimaker NFC PVA Filament 2.85mm 350 gram spool - Ultimaker NFC PVA Filament 2.85mm

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Ultimaker PVA

PVA (polyvinyl alcohol) is a water soluble support material for multi-extrusion 3D printing. With a good thermal stability, Ultimaker PVA is ideal for printing complex models that require supports for large overhangs, deep internal cavities, and intricate geometries. Designed for a seamless 3D printing experience, our PVA provides good adhesion to both PLA and Nylon. Available in 350g and 750g spools.

Reasons to choose
Ultimaker PVA

Good thermal stability resulting in better degradation resistance compared to other PVA filaments

Less moisture sensitive than other PVA filaments

Great adhesion to both PLA and Nylon

Safe dissolution in tap water (no harmful chemicals required)

Biodegradable with no hazardous by-products

 

 

PVA allows to effortlessly create complex 3D prints by building water soluble support structures.

 

Dissolving PVA support

3D print made in dual extrusion with Ultimaker 3 and Ultimaker PVA

Step 1
Submerge

Put your 3D print in cold or warm water depending on the build material.

Learn how to dissolve PVA

 

Step 2
Rinse

After PVA supports are dissolved, rinse the 3D print to remove any excess PVA solution.

 

Step 3
Dry

Let the 3D print dry and apply additional post processing to the build material if necessary.

Example 3D prints using PVA

Get smoother surface details and complex geometries

PVA reduces the chance of scraping and cutting marks on detailed surfaces such as characters, faces, and other intricate details.

Learn more about functional prototypes

 

Orient prints for maximum optimization

When slicing prints with PVA, you have the freedom to orient your model in any way possible in order to customize its strength and/or aesthetic requirements during 3D printing.

Learn more about concept models

 

Endless possibilities for mechanical parts

Multi-component applications such as ball bearings, ball and socket joints, and caged gear mechanisms can be 3D printed as a complete assembly in a single run.

Learn more about functional prototypes

 

Download technical data sheet


Download safety data sheet

 

 

Ultimaker PVA

PVA (polyvinyl alcohol) is a water soluble support material for multi-extrusion 3D printing. With a good thermal stability, Ultimaker PVA is ideal for printing complex models that require supports for large overhangs, deep internal cavities, and intricate geometries. Designed for a seamless 3D printing experience, our PVA provides good adhesion to both PLA and Nylon. Available in 350g and 750g spools.

Reasons to choose
Ultimaker PVA

Good thermal stability resulting in better degradation resistance compared to other PVA filaments

Less moisture sensitive than other PVA filaments

Great adhesion to both PLA and Nylon

Safe dissolution in tap water (no harmful chemicals required)

Biodegradable with no hazardous by-products

 

 

PVA allows to effortlessly create complex 3D prints by building water soluble support structures.

 

Dissolving PVA support

3D print made in dual extrusion with Ultimaker 3 and Ultimaker PVA

Step 1
Submerge

Put your 3D print in cold or warm water depending on the build material.

Learn how to dissolve PVA

 

Step 2
Rinse

After PVA supports are dissolved, rinse the 3D print to remove any excess PVA solution.

 

Step 3
Dry

Let the 3D print dry and apply additional post processing to the build material if necessary.

Example 3D prints using PVA

Get smoother surface details and complex geometries

PVA reduces the chance of scraping and cutting marks on detailed surfaces such as characters, faces, and other intricate details.

Learn more about functional prototypes

 

Orient prints for maximum optimization

When slicing prints with PVA, you have the freedom to orient your model in any way possible in order to customize its strength and/or aesthetic requirements during 3D printing.

Learn more about concept models

 

Endless possibilities for mechanical parts

Multi-component applications such as ball bearings, ball and socket joints, and caged gear mechanisms can be 3D printed as a complete assembly in a single run.

Learn more about functional prototypes

 

Download technical data sheet


Download safety data sheet

 

 

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