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Posts posted by ElzabE3D

  1. Nice! I think the scaffold is PVA based, so I guess I can try the same thing!

    To bad ultimaker doesn't make a cover for PVA spool


    Scaffold is indeed PVA-based so warming your PVA on a bed should hopefully work for you. I also believe that Tom Sanladerer bakes his filament to dry it, which should work as long as the temperature is VERY low.

    It's genuinely quite a challenge to keep PVA dry enough to print reliably though (hence E3D's vacuum-sealing and desiccant), as moisture doesn't just mess up the filament melt, but also dissolves PVA and messes with its chemical structure.

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