- Technical Information
- Printing Parameters
High-performance, water-soluble support filament€“stable at chamber temperatures up to 120ºC.
Simply put, AquaSys® 120 is a water-soluble support filament that€™s unmatched in the industry. Designed for manufacturers looking to 3D print more parts in less time, it dissolves rapidly in warm tap water€”all while giving engineering-grade build materials and complex designs the high-quality support they need.
AquaSys 120 has universal adhesion characteristics, and it€™s stable at high temperatures€”making it the ideal support filament for just about any commonly used FFF or FDM 3D printing material. Pair AquaSys 120 with any of the following:
Pathway temperature: Keep the filament below 80°C prior to extrusion. Material that sits idle at temperatures of 80°C or above for extended periods of time prior to extrusion will not extrude properly. Nozzle temperature: 230-245°C
Build plate requirements: AquaSys filaments will adhere to a wide range of build plate materials. If poor adhesion is persistent, increase the temperature of the build plate, but not past the maximum build plate temperature of 120°C.
Adhesives: Glue is not necessary if you use a raft made out of AquaSys 120. Follow your printer model€™s material guidelines when printing a raft with another material.
FDM 3D printing material. Pair AquaSys 120 with any of the following: