A technique is proposed, and a study of deformation during swelling in a liquid of multilayer organofilament in a free and linearly isomeric state is carried out using direct video recording of changes in the thickness of layers in cross-section and gravimetry of samples in contact with the liquid. It is proposed to use the values of the regression coefficients of the kinetic curve of the swelling deformation of various layers of the composite and the limiting value of the geometric dimensions of the composite material as lyophilicity parameters. A synergistic effect of swelling deformation of multiporous cushioning organofilament in a mixture of multipolar solvents in a free and linearly isomeric state has been established. It is shown that the adhesive layer of rubber and the cellular layer of rubber, which is subjected to increased disproportionate compression up to monolithization in a linearly isomeric state, has the least physical and chemical resistance of organofilament used in printing. Deformation of multilayer organofilament in liquid leads to loss of mechanical and operational properties as a result of plucking of the upper monolithic layer of elastomer during printing.