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Using PVA filaments for support structure when printing ASA objects

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I have just bought some ASA filaments, because of its UV-resistance. I have also ordered a dual-extruder printer, with the intention to use extruder 1 for object printing and extruder 2 for printing support sturcture.

I just wonder does ASA have problems sticking to PVA support structure?

What hot bed temperature should I set for PVA, and what is the maximum recommended speed for using ASA with water-soluble PVA support structure?

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