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Posted · How to print only with PVA?

Hello! I'm trying to print some object with PVA material. I need to dissolve it after using it in more complex object. So, is it possible to print with Core2 with PVA? How to make Cura print an object with core2 and with PVA? I don't need support with PVA. I need print the whole object with PVA.

Thanks!

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    Posted (edited) · How to print only with PVA?

    Just select that you print the object with the second core in Cura (you can select this in the left side toolbar)

    Thank you! It is much easier than my way :)

    I replaced the cores, replaced the spools and changed PRINT CORE AND MATERIAL Princore1 to BB 0.4 and PVA

    https://image.prntscr.com/image/nR7DhKYoTTCf2-3e6aI9cw.png

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    Posted · How to print only with PVA?

    While DidierKlein gave a great answer, I am curious about how you will use this. Basically, the description is intriguing.

    There is a complex master model from different parts for silicone pouring. We need a part from PVA to separate silicone model from other parts. It is hard to describe. I will post a link to the work when it is ready.

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    Posted (edited) · How to print only with PVA?

     

    While DidierKlein gave a great answer, I am curious about how you will use this. Basically, the description is intriguing.

     

    There is a complex master model from different parts for silicone pouring. We need a part from PVA to separate silicone model from other parts. It is hard to describe. I will post a link to the work when it is ready.

     

    Sounds like a form of 'lost wax' if I read this correctly.

    Lordy, I luv to see and experience out of the routine thinking in the morning......smells like,,,'victory.'

    wait....wrong movie :p

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