I'm using a UM2 with PLA.
- Dream machine - Form 1?
- "SL 3D printing has a lot less drama to it than FFF 3D printing: there is no filament spools to get entangled, no nozzle clogging, no overheating hot-ends, no disastrous warps or other similar entertaining events." - See more at: http://3dprintingforbeginners.com/formlabs-form1-review/#sthash.sPUqM5dF.dpuf
- reason to get dual extrusion
- dissolvable filament http://www.makergeeks.com/pva3dfilament.html
Dissolving Support 3D Printer filaments have a unique feature that they dissolves completely in Limonene or Warm Water, making our dissolving 3D printer filament particularly suitable as a support material for printing complex ABS structures.
HIPS dissolves in Limonene (easy to find on Amazon.com) and our PVA dissolves in warm water. PVA is great for using as a 3D Printing support structure only - however our top pick is HIPS since it's a Polystyrene filament has very similar 3D printing characteristics to ABS thermoplastic filament in terms of impact strength and stiffness and it prints very nicely too and as a added bonus it easly dissolves in Limonene.