Polymaker Polysher

The perfect device for smooth surfaces

  • For Polymaker PolySmooth Filaments
  • Smooth surfaces
  • Unique finish
  • Easy to use
  • $424.99

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Only 1 item in stock

Delivery on Monday, 16 November: Order before Tuesday at 13:30.

Content: 1 pc

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Item no.: PM-70524, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 6938936705246

  • For Polymaker PolySmooth Filaments
  • Smooth surfaces
  • Unique finish
  • Easy to use

Product information & technical details

Item no.: PM-70524
Manufacturer No.: 70524
Manufacturers: Polymaker
Content: 1 pc


Polymaker's Polysher is unique on the market. The Polysher makes it easy to smooth 3D printed models. (only in combination with Polymaker PolySmooth Filament )

Innovative concept:

The Polysher, in combination with Polymaker's PolySmooth Filament, provides unprecedented surface finish on your 3D models.
In the Polysher, isopropanol-containing liquid is evaporated. The object placed in it is dissolved by the vapour which causes the layers to "melt together". The result is a smooth surface!

Easy handling:

The Polysher is also easy to use. Place an object in the Polysher and use the rotary control to select the desired duration.
After the time has elapsed, the 3D model can be removed.

Built-in security:

Smart electronics and an airtight seal ensure total safety and security.

Technical specifications:

  • Maximum model size: 150 mm diameter - 180 mm height
  • Compatible Material: Polymaker PolySmooth Filament
  • Liquid: isopropanol, 70% or higher (90% or higher recommended)
  • Time required: 10 - 30 min depending on model size
  • Operating temperature: 15 - 32 ° C
  • AC input: 100 - 240 V / approx. 2 A / 50 - 60 Hz

More information

Contents of Delivery:

  • Polysher
  • Power supply unit

The isopropanol or ethanol to be used is not included in the contents.



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Did you know?

The most popular technology used for 3D printing is FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling). A heated nozzle (hot-end) melts the plastic wire, layering the melted parts.