ABS
Sep 08

ABS

 ABS is an extra strong impact-resistant filament ideal for 3D printing of solid printed products. Due to the process stability and physical features of Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene it is a widely used thermoplastic polymer in industry. The material is also very light and durable. This makes ABS particularly suitable for tools, toys and all kinds of utensils. Printed at a slightly over-average temperature for ABS, this filament gives extra strong 3D print results.

ABS features:

  • Very high impact-resistance
  • Extra strong
  • Stable printing
  • Light and durable
  • Limited warping
Sizeø toleranceRoundness
1,75mmø 0,05mm95%
2,85mmø 0,10mm95%
DescriptionTestmethodTypical value
Specific gravityISO 11831,03 g/cc
MFR 220ºC/10 kg ISO 11335,7 g/10 min
Tensile strength at yieldISO 527 38 Mpa
Elongation at breakISO 527-1/29%
Tensile modulusISO 5271900 Mpa
Impact strength - Charpy method 23ºCISO 17935 kJ/m²
DescriptionTestmethodTypical value
Printing temp.DF245±10˚C
Melting temp.ISO 294245±10˚C
Vicat softening temp.ASTM D1525103˚C

Colours:

ABS is available from stock in a large selection of  bright colours  of which you see a selection beneath.
For non stock colours a minimum of  40kg ± 10% is required.

na1
bk1
wh1
bu1
rd1
gr1
yl1
or1
si1
pi1
ma1
go1
gy1
pu1
br1
bu2
gr2
yl2
rd2
wh2
ylf
orf
grf
clf
grg

Packaging:

ABS is available in nearly any type of  packaging and labelling. Ask our team to help you customizing your product.

Additional info:

Recommended temperature for heated bed is ± 90-110˚C.
ABS is printed at a slightly higher temperature to make the final product extra strong.
ABS can be used on all common desktop FDM or FFF technology 3D printers.

Storage:

Cool and dry (15-25˚C) and away from UV light. This enhances the shelf life significantly.