ABS 3D Printer filament 1.75 mm

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ABS 3D printer filament is the most used home 3D printer filament after PLA. Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) is one of the most popular plastics. It is a rubber (Butadiene) based filament and has a higher melting point than PLA.

The most important mechanical properties of ABS are impact resistance and toughness.  ABS is popular for a few reasons. Experienced users like ABS because it's strong, affordable, and it is easy to post-treat (painting, plating) the parts after printing.  ABS filament is trickier to use than its eco-friendly counterpart, PLA. It’s also best to use ABS with a 3D printer that has a heated print bed and with enclosure. This is important as this reduces warping and the potential of cracking during the cooling down process. 

 

Filamently ABS filament  is known to be strong, tough, and durable. It is also resistant to scratches, offers good resistance to heat and everyday chemicals. It can endure heat, pressure, and stress like no other home 3D printer material, it is fully biodegradable filament, making it a great choice for “wear and tear “prints. 

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With Filamently ABS filament print you can process its surfaces with acetone, stick parts and even file off some material. Lastly, it can be easily painted with acrylic colors. ​

You can use Filamently ABS filament with any desk top 3D printers like Creality Ender3 , Anet, Flash-forge with an enclosure.

Recommended Settings

3D Printer Extruder

Extruder Temperature

230-240 °C

3D Printer bed temperature

Bed Temperature

105-110 °C

3D printer enclosure

Enclosure

Needed

3D printer nozzle

Recommended Nozzle 

Brass

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

THERMAL PROPERTIES

premium-quality-3d printer filament
no clogging 3d printer filament

NO CLOGGING

no bubble 3d printer filament

NO BUBBLES

no tangling 3d printer filament

NO ENTANGLE