Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene. ABS is known for its toughness and impact resistance. Suitable for long-lasting prints in intensive use and when impact resistance is required. ABS has higher temperature and chemical resistance. Easy to print without deformation, and possible support of HIPS, which is soluble in D-Limonene. ABS black also offers the possibility of a good surface finish. ABS reacts to acetone, which tends to smooth and polish the surface. It is also much easier to sand ABS. ABS can be a little difficult to print on. One problem you may face when printing ABS is that it is hard to keep the material on the print bed. The printed part tends to “warp” on the sides and the fumes that are created can be unpleasant. Looking for filament that is a littlebit easier to print? Take a look at our PETG filaments
- High temperature and chemical resistance
- Heated bed required
- Well known and frequently used material
- Glossy smooth surface
- Print with ventilation
- Sports equipment
- Objects that might be dropped
- Electronic applications
- Suitable for machine and car parts
- Higher melting point
- Longer lifespan
How to print ABS black by Filament 4 You
- Nozzle temperature 220- 250 ºC
- Bed temperature 95 – 110 ºC
- Print speed 20-50mm/sec
- We recommend to store the filaments in a dry and dark place.
- All our spools are sealed with an silica gel bag.
- All products are made in Europe with an ISO 9001:2015 certification.