SainSmart 1.75mm PVA Dissolvable 3D Printers Filament -0.5kg/1.1lbs (Natural)

SainSmart 3D Printer Filament

* SainSmart 3D Printer Filament provides quality ABS/ PLA/ PVA/ HIPS/ PETG/ TPU/ Wood 3D filament with vibrant colors. It is professional to enable you to see your thoughts and concepts engineered into a real and rewarding reality.
* This filament is always round, with no oily residue, no air bubbles, and it comes loaded on a quality spool.
* The quality of the filament is of great quality, and no kinks or breaks. Best choice for perfect printing!


* PVA is a water-soluble synthetic polymer.
* PVA is degradable and dissolves quickly in water.
* It is the perfect filament to use as support material for it’s dissolvable properties.
* Generally, PVA is used in conjunction with PLA not ABS because it adheres well to PLA.The extrusion temperature difference can also be problematic with ABS.
* Importantly, PVA should not be allowed to sit at temperatures higher than 200°C for an extended period of time, known as pyrolysis, it will form jams which are extremely difficult to remove.
* Unlike PLA and ABS, you cannot remove the jam by increasing the temperature.
* Clearing the jam in the nozzle will often require it to be re-drilled or replaced altogether, so be careful!

Compatible 3D Printers:
All FDM 3D Printers
• PIXMA MG5420
• Replicator 2
• Ultimaker 1
• RepRap
• Replicator 2x
• Prusa i3
• Mendel Prusa
• Ultimaker 2
• Replicator
• Print/bot
• Leapfrog Creatr
• Zcorp
• Solidoodle
• UP! Plus
• Form 1
• Cube X
• Up! Mini
• Creator
• Mende!Max
• uPrint
• PowerWasp
• Dimension
• Lulzbot
• Felix 2.0


Let’s See How PVA Support:

Product Features

  • 0.5 KG (approximately 1.10 lbs) Spool
  • 1.75mm Filament Diameter (Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.05mm)
  • PVA 3D Printer Filament Vacuumed Sealed With Desiccant
  • Recommended Extrusion/Nozzle Temperature 160°C – 180°C (320°F – 356°F)
  • Spool Diameter: 8″ – Spool Width: 2.50″ – Spool Hub Hole Diameter: 1.50″

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  • Kent M. Erickson

    Works great. Note printing temperature requirements This was a great discovery for me. I have been able to print parts using the PVA filament as support, and it dissolves in warm water just as advertised. One caveat however – one reviewer cautioned against using the recommended temperature of 190 degrees and claimed that it would clog the nozzles at that temperature. I think that is a temperature calibration issue. Being cautious, I used his recommendation of 160 degrees and found that the filament wasn’t melting and nothing came out. When…

  • Robert E. Offermann

    The Perfect Support Material For Me Easiest and best support material possible for my use case. Prints with a strange webby consistency (maybe that’s a temperature thing – I’m still tweaking) – but I am ecstatic over this material. Dissolves *completely* in water at room temperature. I take my prints and dump them into a large plastic container filled with water. In a couple hours, it’s like this stuff never even existed.I print lots of items with very small internal channels that often require support material…

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