Ultimaker white Breakaway is a 3D printing material used to create support structures for complex prints. It features high dimensional accuracy and low moisture sensitivity. It is used for printing detailed products with internal cavities and overhangs. It allows producing dimensionally accurate prints with smooth surfaces. It gives the models high durability and long usability.
Removing Breakaway-made support structures is simple. You’ll only need to tear, pull and peel them by hand or with the aid of a set of pliers. Unlike water-soluble filaments, Breakaway structures are quicker to remove. After removal, they leave clean surfaces that don’t require any post-processing.
Ultimaker white Breakaway filament can be paired with 3D printing materials that are incompatible with soluble filaments. It reliably adheres to Ultimaker ABS, Nylon, PLA, Tough PLA, CPE, and CPE+ filaments. The company supplies it in 750g spools.
Look at the model below. The Ultimaker Breakaway filament allowed the creation of accurate internal holes and cavities.
The Ultimaker white Breakaway filament is supplied in 750g NFC tagged spools. The NFC chip identifies the material and provides pre-configured material profiles for quick printing. It also tracks material usage displaying the amount of filament left directly on the printer.
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