ABS is available in 19 colors. Samples of 50gr. are available (limited color). Make your choice! By selecting a variation, only the products available for that variation will appear in the other 2 variations. Example: by choosing the weight variation 50gr., only the colors and extrusion diameter available for this variation will appear.
ABS is an extremely shock-resistant filament, resulting in very strong end products. ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene), is a thermoplastic polymer widely used in industry. It is also very light and durable (in the service life). This makes ABS particularly suitable for tools, toys and all kinds of utensils. Printed at a slightly above average temperature (for ABS), this filament will give extremely strong 3D printing results.
Directions for use:
– The recommended temperature for the heating mat is ± 90 – 110°C. We recommend using a hook like the EZ Stick (for any type of parts), an adhesive such as Kapton (for small parts), glue (for large parts), or even both (Kapton and glue). If you use glue, no need to put it on the entire surface of the part, but only on the contours or areas at risk of retraction.
– ABS is printed at a slightly higher than average temperature to make the final product stronger.
– ABS can be used on all filament deposition 3D printers.
– Our filaments are filmed, in a cardboard box without window filmed also to ensure the good conservation of the product until the moment of use.
– Store it in a cold and dry environment (15 – 25 ° C), away from light (UV) and under vacuum (to stay dry). We recommend that, after each use, you vacuum it by slipping a silica gel pouch into it and in its box protected from UV. Good storage significantly increases the shelf life of your filament.
Size Ø Round tolerance
1.75mm. ± 0.05mm. ≥ 95%
Specific density: ISO 1183 – 1.03gr./cc.
MFR 220°C/10kg. : ISO 1183 – 5.7gr./10min.
Tensile strength: ISO 527 – 38mpa.
Elongation at break: ISO 527 1/2 – 9%
Traction module: ISO 527 – 1900mpa.
Impact resistance Charpy method 23°C: ISO 179 – 35kj./m².
Temp. Printing: DF – 245 ± 10°C
Temp. Fusion: ISO 294 – 245 ± 10°C
Temp. Vicat softening: ASTM D 1525 – 103°C
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