Printing organic shapes with no flat surface? Complex geometry where support removal is next to impossible? Tired of time-consuming cleanup on your mechanical parts? Try this water-soluble support filament from Polymaker and leave those design limitations behind. The PolyDissolve S1 filament pairs perfectly with the TAZ Dual Extruder v3 Tool Head, freeing you to focus solely on your design, instead of how to make it 3D printable.
The preferred method of disposal for polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) support material is in the trash. The immersion of 3D printed objects into water containing support material will generate wastewater containing PVA. When PVA-based support material cannot be physically removed from the object, requiring that the object be immersed in water, it is suggested that you contact your local Sanitary Sewer (Wastewater) Authority to obtain the proper disposal method prior to discharging to the sewer.
While developing the LulzBot TAZ Dual Extruder v3 Tool Head, Lulzbot tested numerous dedicated support filaments. PolyDissolve S1 emerged the favorite for the following reasons:
- Softens and dissolves in plain tap water, improved by regular replacement and agitation
- More reliable printing with a wider print temperature range 210°C-230°C
- Stronger adhesion to other printing materials
- Less prone to moisture absorption from the air
Filament Diameter: 2.85 mm (0.11 inches)
Amount of Filament: 750g (1.65 lbs)
Filament Colors: Natural off-white
Special Tool Head Requirements: Dual Extruder v3 Tool Head recommended
Hot End Temperature Range: 210°C-230°C
Print Surface: Applying a glue stick (such as Elmer's® brand) directly to the print surface before starting your LulzBot 3D printer is strongly recommended for increased printed object adhesion.
PolyDissolve S1 filament ships vacuum sealed and mounted on a reel.
Store your filament in an air tight container. The filament arrives in a resealable bag recommended for storage. The use of desiccant is encouraged as PolyDissolve S1 filament will absorb moisture from the air.
Resources & Documentation
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Documentation and Resources:
- Unleash your creativity: 3D Printing with Soluble Supports
Recently, we got a brand new Dual Extruder v3 Tool Head from LulzBot and took a dive into the design of it, mainly, what makes it so great for Dual Extrusion with our 3D Printers. First, a quick recap, Dual Extruding is the process of using two filam...
- How to 3D Print Your Own Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ Case
So you've got your Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ and need a case to house it in. In this short guide we're going to step through the considerations you should take when designing your own case, as well as provide you with all the files you need to 3D print...
- Tune your First Layer - Z Offsets
Out of the box, a LulzBot 3D Printer comes tuned to perform exactly as you need it to. But over time we flash new firmwares, take our printers cross country, swap tool heads, perform cold pulls and a whole swathe of other things that could slowly tak...
- Support Material: Printing and Removal
By default, FFF/FDM 3D Printers require the 3D Models they print to grow up from the Print bed at an angle of 45 or more. This is by far the biggest limitation of all 3D Printers. To print models that don't follow that rule, and have parts hanging ou...
- Designing FDM 3D Printed Parts for Manufacture
Recently, we've talked a lot about Slicing software, settings, materials and the like. It's time to take a deeper dive into the actual design of model files. We've got a basics guide for Computer Aided Design available here. We're going to help expla...
- Concrete Lamp
Welcome to my project on how to make a very stylish lamp out of a potentially un-stylish material - concrete! To be honest, style (or rather beauty) is in the eye of the beholder and so I'll leave it up to you to decide if it fits in your surroundings or not. What do you think? All the necessary steps are here but if you don't like reading the just sit back, relax and watch the video instead. When I said to people at work that I...
- Time lapsing in OctoPrint (Properly!)
Now that we have decked out our Lulzbot Taz 6 3D Printer with a really nice looking acrylic enclosure, I'm just about ready to turn on some serious 3D printing work. But before I dive into that endless pool of fun, it's a good time to take 5 minutes and set up our Taz 6 and it's OctoPrint Server with a bed-mounted camera and light system. That way I can monitor my prints from the other side of the warehouse using OctoPrint, and m...
- Meet 'Holman' the Ultimate Bluetooth Speaker
Who says you can't have it all? Good looks and a great sound! My name is 'Holman" and I'm a Bluetooth speaker in the form of mans best friend - a dog of course! Why is my name Holman? Well, that's the name of the manufacturer of the PVC pipe I used and the name grew on me as I completed the project! Whilst this might look like a complex project if you have access to the metric PVC pipe and a 3D printer I'm actually quite easy t...
- The Hipster Coaster
We wanted to make a interactive display of the fun that can be had with DIY projects to take to Sydney Mini Maker Faire. We decided to do so by utilising the TinkerKit Braccio from Arduino.org, alongside some 3D Printing ingenuity, for an engaging display for all ages. Enter the Hipster Coaster in all its glory. All the parts were printed seperately on our family of Lulzbot 3D Printers, later stuck together using a mi...
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