MaterialGuide PET-G CF20

PVA-M (Modified Polyvinyl-alcohol) is a support material for dual extruder 3D printing. It is soluble in cold water. PVA-M is more thermally stable than normal PVA. This modified type bonds perfect to PLA, ABS and PET-G. It is nontoxic and biodegradable in water.
PVA-M can be printed from 190-210° and a heated bed with over 35°C. The cooling fan can operate up to 70%. It is necessary to not exceed a printing temperature over 225°, because the material crystallizes quickly and will not longer flow or dissolve in water. The solubilizing speed depends on the thickness of the printed object and the water temperature.

features

Reinforced mechanical properties
Easy to print
Higher heat distortion temperature
Less Warping
Better durability

downsides

Less flexural
Broken carbon fibers cannot be fixed

Key Facts

Price60%
60%
Strength60%
60%
Printability80%
80%
Durability80%
80%
Stiffness100%
100%

Recommended printsettings

Printing Temperature: 210-255°C
Heated Bed: 65-70°C
Enclosure: not required
Adhesion Agent: PrintaFix
Part Cooling Fan: 50%
Nozzle: hardened >0.5mm
Printspeed: up to 45mm/s
Layer height: >0.15mm
Flow Rate: 100%

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