ABS is a commonly used filament suitable for making more durable and stronger parts than with PLA, as it can stand higher temperatures, it is slightly more flexible and can be easily painted. It can be treated with acetone or acetone vapor to give it a glossy finish (be careful!) and to make the object stronger, or to solidly glue parts together. Use HIPS as support material for printing ABS. ABS shrinks when it cools so you should use an enclosed printer with warm and steady air temperature (>25¬∞C) in order to prevent delamination or warping.
Print temperature: 220-250C
Print bed temperature: 90-110C
¬†+/- 0.03mm diameter
99% roundness accuracy
<0.02% moisture content
Density: 1.05 g/cm3 (Test method:¬†ISO 1183/B)
Melt Mass-Flow Rate (MFR) (200·µíC/21.6kg): 38 g/10 min (Test method: ISO 1133)
Kodak¬†ABS is designed for printers that work with standard 2.85 mm and up to 3.00 mm size filaments and have a heated bed. This includes, but is not limited to:
Note: Kodak 3D printing materials are manufactured by SMART International.¬†The Kodak trademark, logo and trade dress are used under license by SMART International.
Nothing will impact your 3D printing results like the kind of filament you use. Good filament is highly consistent in diameter, is wound evenly onto the spool with just the right amount of tension, and will not tangle when being unwound. 3D Universe offers a wide range of high-quality filaments to choose from. We provide a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all filament we sell. If you have any problems, just send back the unused portion of the spool for a full refund. Check out our filament collection...
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