Water soluble filaments such as PVA, while conceptually appealing, can perform poorly in practice as the materials generally have very limited shelf life. PolySupport™ is an entirely new support material and works differently from any other existing support material. It generates support structure that can be easily removed by hand or simple tools, while leaving no/ very little residual material or damage to the part surface. When printed as a raft or support material, PolySupport™ generates a very weak structural bond to the model it supports, meaning you can remove virtually any support structure in a matter of minutes by hand.
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