Polymaker PolySher

3D Print Finishing Machine

£299 (inc. VAT)

Polymaker PolySher is a machine for smoothing 3D prints that have been 3D printed with PolySmooth filament.

£299.00 (inc. VAT)

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A little bit about the Polymaker PolySher

PolySher creates a controlled mist of isopropyl alcohol which is contained inside a chamber. The ultra fine mist smooths the layers of 3D printed objects made from PolySmooth, due to the materials excellent solubility in IPA. Now, you can finish your 3D printed parts to get an injection molded finish, all on your desktop.

Max Polishable Print Size

15 cm (diameter) x 18 cm (height)

Machine Size

23 x 27 x 37 cm


Nebulized Aerosol Polishing

Compatible Material

PolySmooth (1.75mm x 2.85mm available)


12 months

(excluding selected consumable parts)


Why choose this 3D printer?



The first 3D printable filament engineered for layer free post-processing. We have specifically developed PolySmooth to work alongside the Polysher providing the solution to dramatically improve the surface quality of 3D printed objects.


Compatible with many different 3D Printers

PolySmooth is compatible with all filament-based 3D printers and prints under similar conditions as PLA. Featuring a wide printing temperature range, low odor and no heated bed required, PolySmooth is the perfect companion to your desktop 3D printer.


Intuitive & Easy To Use

Simply twist the dial to set the time, sit back and watch the magic happen.


Built-In Safety Features

The Polysher was designed with smart electronics, air tight seals and more.


Low Costs

The Polysher is not only affordable but its running cost is incredibly low too.


Balanced Mechanical Properties

PolySmooth features well balanced mechanical properties, outperforming ABS and PLA on most attributes , making it an ideal material for everyday 3D printing.


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Box Contents

Whats included in the box?

  • PolySher
  • Multi plug power supply
  • Nebulizers
  • 2x Platforms
  • Grate style reservoir cover
  • Solid reservoir cover
  • Operation Manual


Lets get down to detail

Material Specs
Recommended Glass Transition Temp~ 70 °C
Density1.05 – 1.10 g/cm3
Diameters1.75 mm or 2.85 mm
Tolerance± 0.05 mm (Typical ~ ± 0.02 mm)
Recommended Printing Temp210 – 230 °C
Recommended Printing Speed40 – 90 mm/s
Recommended HBP1 (if equipped) TempUp to 70 °C
Specs & Operation
TechnologyNebulized Aerosol Polishing
Compatible MaterialPolySmooth™
Polishing LiquidIsopropanol or ethanol, 70% or above [90% or higher recommended]
Polishing Time10 – 30 min typical (depending on part size)
Product Dimensions230 x 270 x 370 mm
Maximum Polishable Part Size150 mm (diameter) x 180 mm (height) cylinder [5.9 in (diameter) x 7.1 in (height)]
Operating Temperature15 – 32 °C
Storage Temperature0 – 38 °C
Power Requirements100 – 240 V, 2A max, 50/60 Hz


Typical questions answered

Is the filament PLA or ABS or is it something new?
It is neither PLA nor ABS; instead it is an entirely new material developed specifically for this application.

What is it?
Technically it is based on a compounded vinyl copolymer.

Is it toxic while printing?
Based on our current understanding the toxicity is minimal, at least comparable to PLA.

Is the filament biodegradable?
The material as it is right now has negligible biodegradability.

Can I use every kind of alcohol? What happens if I use Gin for example?
Any alcohol with a concentration of 70% or higher can be used. A concentration of 90% or higher is recommended. It will be much more economical to use a generic alcohol than Gin or Vodka of course.

Can I use PLA or ABS parts in the PolySher?
No, the Polysher is designed to only work with PolySmooth; in addition PLA and ABS are not polishable with alcohol.

Is it dangerous to vaporize alcohol?
The device is sealed properly so no alcohol gets released during polishing.

Can I let my kids use it?
As long as the instructions are followed it is safe to operate the Polysher.

Can I use the filament without the PolySher and simply polish it with some cloth and alcohol?
Mechanical force (e.g. scrubbing the surface with an alcohol-wet cloth) should be avoided during polishing. Also the Polysher will generate nicer results than any other technique with no manual labor.

Is the printed product people and child safe?
For most general purpose applications the material is safe.

Is the printed product good to be in contact with food?
The current PolySmooth is not recommended for food-contact applications.

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