Support Materials


We offer multiple support materials to fulfill your needs. Below are highlights of the main types we offer.


  • Manual removal
  • Prints in a heated chamber and is compatible with ASA, ABS, and PCABS.
  • The removal process is straightforward and fast which allows you to achieve the shortest time from print to finished part.
  • View Technical Data Sheet


  • Removed with Plural’s BioSolv solution. Read more information about BioSolv here.
  • Prints in a heated chamber and is compatible with ASA, ABS, and PCABS.
  • This support is recommended for intricate parts that could be damaged by manual removal of support, or where overhangs and trapped material can’t be manually removed.
  • Used in conjunction with a heated solution in ultrasonic and/or agitation tanks, SSU01 removes cleanly with no damage or degradation to the object material.
  • Note: When printing with SSU01, use the object material for the raft (ABS, ASA or PCABS) and use SSU01 for the interface and support functions. BioSolv’s removal requires the use of heated ultrasonic and/or agitation tanks.


  • Manual removal.
  • Is used for nylon and filled nylon materials like our NylonCarbon (PA12CF) and NylonGlass (PA12GF) that prints in an 80°C chamber.
  • This support is only recommended for the listed nylon materials. The removal process is quick where part geometries permit its use.


  • Is a soluble support that is removed using hot water with removal being accelerated by the addition of ultrasonic or agitation of the heated water in the tank.
  • Prints in a cool chamber and works well with TPU and PETG and its derivatives.
  • SSU03 support is simple and easy to use, but does require some caution with temperatures for its use. Please see Plural’s “Printing with SSU03 Support” guide sheet. Virtually any part geometry is possible in TPU or PET-G and its derivatives using SSU03.


  • Manual removal.
  • Is specifically formulated for 3ntr’s very high temperature and solvent resistant material, nPOWER.
  • SSU05/nPOWER requires a very hot chamber and print bed temperatures, producing parts that have a working temperature of 210°C and are almost impervious to solvents.

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