Innovatefil Hydrosoluble Filament Smart Materials
The innovatefil Hydrosoluble coil from Smart Materials is a water-soluble water soluble support filament suitable for multi-head 3D printers. Compatible with a wide range of 3D printing materials and very easy to print.
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Smartfil Hydrosoluble Filaments
The Spanish brand Smart Materials is recognized for its excellent quality in the manufacture of 3D printing materials. Its coils stand out for their great versatility, easy handling, high resistance and properties. Its Innovatefil line has filaments specially designed for the most demanding applications. This range provides a solution to the particularities required by the sector for high performance products and high yields through additive manufacturing.
Main features of Smartfil® Hydrosoluble filament Smart Materials
Hydrosoluble filament from Smart Materials is a water-soluble support material suitable for multi-head 3D printing.
Thanks to the fast dissolution in water, it is easy to remove. Compatibility with a large number of materials, PLA, ABS, NYLON, PETG, ... Excellent thermal stability
The printing temperature ranges between 190 - 210º C.
Recommendations for use with Polycarbonate Smart Materials
For materials such as PLA, we recommend using a lower bed temperature than indicated so that the PLA does not deform due to excess temperature and still maintains its adhesion.
Since it can dissolve in water, it should be protected and kept in a dry environment to avoid moisture and water absorption. The bag that packages the filament is sealed with a self-sealing zipper, and a desiccant bag with a high absorption power is included, so we recommend keeping the filament inside to protect it. Also, do not handle it with wet hands to avoid degradation.
We advise to purge the extruder to remove the remaining material inside. Due to the nature of the material, when it is subjected to excessive temperature for a long time, it degrades and crystallizes, solidifying inside the extruder, and this can cause clogging