High-T- Lay 2.85mm 3D Printer Filament Sample

High-T- Lay 2.85mm 3D Printer Filament Sample

£3.25 £3.90 inc. VAT

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£3.25 £3.90 inc. VAT

A water soluble support filament – Ideal for high temp printing filaments.

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5 metre sample packs.

HIGH-T-LAY filament is especially intended for use in hot build rooms (of around 100 degrees Celsius). The perfect replacement for HIPS and Limonene, HIGH-T-LAY prints at around 240 degrees Celsius and adheres perfectly to ABS, POM, PC, PLA and other common filaments. HIGH-T-LAY dissolves in water quickly, leaving just a flaky residue that can be removed with a brush. (excerpt taken from 3ders).


Overview of all the Kai Parthy LAY filament range



A Water-soluble material used for supports in 3D printing.

PVA is typically only used as a supporting filament in printers with dual extruders. The machine can be loaded with PVA and another filament such as PLA; The object will be printed with PLA and the supports will use PVA, The finished print can then be placed into a body of water to dissolve all of the supports almost instantaneously. 

Due to being designed to work as a supporting material, PVA filaments typically aren’t suited to performing other roles due to their soluble nature. It can be used for prototypes and testing designs, But should not be used for parts with long-term usage.

Some PVA filaments have additives that make them better at supporting certain materials. PVA-M has great adhesion to PLA, and ABS. PVA-S can handle higher temperatures and adheres very well to ABS-X,  ASA-X, PET-G, and some TPU filaments. 






Very Easy



Recommended Settings

Print Temp

190°C – 210°C

Temp may vary on brand

Bed Temp


Temp may vary on brand

Print Surface

No Heated Bed Required
No Enclosure Required

Example Prints

Additional information

Weight0.1 kg
Filament Brand

Kai Parthy

Filament Colour


Filament Diameter


Filament Length

5 Metres

1 review for High-T- Lay 2.85mm 3D Printer Filament Sample

  1. 5 out of 5

    Peter Waller

    I build small combat robots and use Alloy 910 for strength and impact resistance but have be unable up to now to find a support material that the nylon will adhere to enough to pint properly. I have tried PLA, ABS, HIPS and Polysupport and non was successful. I received a sample of this material that I ordered from you today and it works really well. I printed the part at 260 C with the support material at 235 C on a glass bed at 70 C using PVA glue stick. Great material, I actually use the 1.75mm, hopefully you will be stocking the reels soon

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