Infinite Materials Solutions, an American manufacturer of 3D printing materials, has introduced AquaSys General Purpose, a water-soluble support material compatible with most polyesters available on the market. It is a direct replacement for polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) and demonstrates exceptional performance in the 3D printing process. The manufacturer believes that its high-performance material will save time and money and will soon be available to a wide range of users.

Specially designed for use with FDM / FFF technology, AquaSys GP dissolves 20% faster in tap water at room temperature compared to PVA. It can be easily removed without chemicals and can be used on a wide range of 3D printers equipped with a dual extruder. AquaSys GP can print in harsh humidity conditions thanks to its moisture-alleviating properties and is compatible with PET, PETG, PLA and other popular materials.

AquaSys GP is a filament aimed at a wide range of consumers – from hobbyists to experienced professionals. The material was first shown at the RAPID + TCT Spring Conference on Additive Manufacturing.


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