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Defy gravity and create intricate moving 3D prints on your Cube 3 with Infinity Rinse-Away Support Material from 3D Systems. Use Infinity material in tandem with PLA or Nylon filament to print supports or filler components which can be easily dissolved in water when the print is completed. This is useful to artists who want to create intricate designs with overhangs or crevices, as well as engineers who need articulating, moving parts.
The Cube 3 is a dual extruder printer. Choose PLA or Nylon for the first cartridge to print the main body of your design that you want to keep. Insert an Infinity cartridge for the second filament to print the parts of the design you intend to remove. When your design has finished printing, place the entire print with build plate into warm water for about 15 minutes. Use the pliers included with your printer to remove the softened material, or find a brush to scrub away at any residue.
As with all Cube 3 cartridges, the Infinity cartridge is designed to snap into the printer for easy loading and switching, and its moisture-lock construction protects your filament from water and environmental damage. Each Cube 3 cartridge contains enough filament to produce approximately 13 to 15 mid-size prints, which are about the size of a cell phone case. The smart cartridge can tell you how much material you have left, and it won't let you start a print if you don't have enough material to finish it.
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302 to 446°F / 150 to 230°C
Each cartridge will produce approximately 13 to 15 mid-size prints, which are about the size of a cell phone case