support materials

 

  3D Printing Support Material from a FormLabs Form1+ Stereolithography (SLA) Print

3D Printing Support Material from a FormLabs Form1+ Stereolithography (SLA) Print

There are a variety of options for 3D printing support materials for each deposition method. Poly Vinyl Alcohol (PVA) and High Impact Polystyrene (HIPS) are two of the most commonly used support materials for Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM). They can be deposited like any other thermoplastic filament in a dual extruding 3D printer. After the print is complete, the support material can be washed away leaving a smooth finish. Stereolithography (SLA) uses UV curable resin to build the 3D printed part as well as the support material. Once the print is complete, the support material easily snaps off of the print. Select the manufacturer's name to be forwarded to the product page.

 

 
 

Product Name

HIPS

Natur

EasyFil HIPS White

White

PVA

Natur

Aquasolve

Material

HIPS

HIPS

HIPS

HIPS

PVA

PVA

PVA