Polymaker PolySupport Filament - Pearl White RLH-SPC-SP001



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120m of peel away support material on a Robox® Reel


Polysupport is specifically designed to be a support material used in Dual Material printing. It de-laminates easily yet is capable of layering well during a print which makes it perfect as a support structure for a range of materials

Polymaker PolySupport Filament - Pearl White RLH-SPC-SP001

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CELPolymaker Polysupport Filament - Pearl White RLH-SPC-SP001
Product Code RLH-SPC-SP001
Weight for shipping (kg) 0.6
Recommended Price inc VAT 26.90
Product Name Polymaker Polysupport Filament - Pearl White
Description

A 120m SmartReel of genuine Polymaker Polysupport. These are produced for Robox by Polymaker themselves.

120m SmartReels contains approx 400g of filament, along with our EEPROM chip. 

Polysupport was designed specifically for use in dual material printing as a support material. Polysupport was originally specified as a support material for PLA but we have found it to be useable as a support material for a range of commonly used plastics.

When Polysupport is used in combination with a build material the gap between these materials can be reduced significantly to increase accuracy of the supported sections in some cases a gap of zero can be used.

Each reel is sealed in a reusable zip lock bag with a sachet of silica gel to control moisture. The bag is then placed in a sturdy windowed box for shipping.
Included on the reel is an eeprom which can be read by a Robox® device. The eeprom stores data on the material and statistics of use.

Filament diameter 1.75mm
Length (metres approx.) 120
Weight (grams approx.) 400
Compatibility Compatible with any printer which accepts 1.75mm filament. The eprom requires a reader which is fitted to all Robox® units.

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