July 15, 2015 | By Lilian

3D Systems has just announced Infinity Rinse-Away water-soluble support material for Cube and CubePro desktop 3D printers. This new material dissolves in water, enabling complex 3D prints with articulation, suspension and movement.

Printing complex objects requires additional support structures. Removing these structures usually involves some very careful work or a chemical bath, but 3D Systems new Infinity filament is easy and fast to remove. With this filament, you simply print your object in PLA and the supports in the Infinity filament. Made of biodegradable, corn-based plastic and compatible with PLA plastic, Infinity Rinse-Away soluble support material is optimized for fast dissolving and swift breakaway. You simply break away and rinse with water or let the supports dissolve in a bowl for a smooth, finished print. It is even safe for home drainage.

Water-soluble supports give you the ability to print parts with movement and articulation, all in one print build. "We are thrilled to expand our desktop printing materials with the introduction of Infinity Rinse-Away soluble support material, enabling never-before-possible results from consumer 3D printers," said Peter Theran, Vice President, Global Consumer Products, 3DS. "We are excited to see the amazing things that our growing user base will do with these powerful new capabilities."

The Infinity Rinse-Away cartridges are priced at $49 for the Cube and $99 for the CubePro, and available today on Cubify.



Posted in 3D Printing Materials



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Darf Bobo wrote at 7/15/2015 11:29:39 PM:

Sooooo...PVA, right?

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