Polymaker PolyBox - Filament Storage Box

For optimal printing environment storage

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  • Optimal storage
  • Humidity control
  • Suitable for various types of filaments
  • High-precision hygrometer
  • $71.66

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Content: 1 pc

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Item no.: PM-70705, Content: 1 pc

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  • Optimal storage
  • Humidity control
  • Suitable for various types of filaments
  • High-precision hygrometer

Product information & technical details

Item no.:
PM-70705
Manufacturer No.:
70705
Manufacturers:
Polymaker
Content:
1 pc

Description

The Polymaker PolyBox ™ is a filament storage box that allows you to store your filaments in an optimal environment.

PolyBox has a thermal hygrometer that monitors the filaments stored in the box. The moisture is controlled using large desiccant bags.

The PolyBox is designed for hygroscopic materials such as PolySmooth (PVB), PVA or Nylon.

The PolyBox can accommodate two 1kg spools or a 3kg spool and is compatible with 1.75 mm and 2.85 mm filaments. The coils are placed on supported rods and the filament is passed through one of the 6 output holes. This makes the PolyBox compatible with almost any printer setup.

Features:

  • 6 filament feed holes (with rubber stoppers)
  • 150 cm filament guide tube
  • 2x 1kg spool or 1x 3kg spool
  • Built-in thermo-hygrometer
  • Moisture is kept below 15%

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