ABS (Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene) Filament
ABS (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) is one of the most used materials in the plastics industry and gained a lot of popularity within the 3D printing sector due to the ease of processability and great mechanical properties. This ABS filament is a strong material with a high toughness, high impact resistance and is also light and durable. After the print is done you can easily post-process the object by sanding it or with a acetone vapor installation to get rid of the visible layers and get a injection molded surface quality.
Measurements & Tolerance
|1,75 mm Filament||+/- 0,05mm||95%|
|2,85 mm Filament||+/- 0,10mm||95%|
|Density||1,05 g/cm3||ISO 1183/B|
|Melt Mass-Flow Rate (MFR) (220ᵒC/10KG)||15 g/10 min||SO 1133|
|Tensile Stress||45 Mpa||ISO 527-2/50|
|Flexural Modulus||2300 Mpa||ISO 178|
|Impact strength Notched Izod||19 Kj/m²||ISO 180/A|
|Tensile Strain||2,50%||ISO 178|
|Printer nozzle temperature||240 - 280°C|
|Heated bed temperature||90 - 110°C
|Bed Adhesion||Magigoo Original on glass or a PEI Sheet|
To get the best results while printing we advise you to keep the 3D printer in a room where there is hardly any draft and/or temperature fluctuations. Keep the 3D printer out of the sun.
When the 3D printer is not being used it is important to keep the 3D4MAKERS ABS Filament in a bag and stored in a cool (15-25˚C) and dry room away from UV light until it is used again.
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