Aquasys® 120 is the world’s first tap water soluble support material that works with a wide variety of engineering thermoplastics, dissolves rapidly in tap water up to 6 times faster than PVA, and is stable up to 120 °C build chamber temperature.
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: ABS, PC/ABS, Nylon, TPU, CPE, PC, and PP.
Weight: 2.3 kg
Dimensions: 13 × 12 × 4 cm
Extruder temperature: 220-245ºC
Build plate temperature: Up to RT-130ºC
Chamber temperature: 80-120ºC
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: ABS, PC/ABS, Nylon, TPU, CPE, PC, and PP.
• Functional prototypes - Dissolves to leave a smooth finish – ideal for prototyping varied, complex designs.
• Jigs and fixtures - Put tooling in the hands of operators faster with rapid support dissolving times.
• End-use parts -Reduce per-part costs even more by cutting out costly post-processing.