This is a color changing filament. The color below 30°C is Blue and above 30°C is white.
ABS filament (Also known from the Lego® bricks) is a strong and durable 3D-Printer filament that is well suited for heavy duty objects. 3D-Printing with ABS filament guarantees a strong and durable product.
The maximum environmental temperatures for ABS products lies between -35 and 100 oC. This makes ABS printed products also suitable for high temperature applications. A product 3D-Printed with ABS filament can also be polished using acetone. The acetone will slowly dissolve the ABS so smoothen out build layers and create a beautiful glossy finish. You can read more about ABS finishing here.
Pro’s and Con’s of ABS
+ Very strong
+ Can be finished with acetone
- 3D-Printer requires a heated bed
- Plastic smell during printing (requires well ventilated room)
ABS filament is, with the right settings and proper 3D-Printer, pretty easy to 3D-Print. We do, however, recommend reading ABS filament 3D-printer settings page thoroughly. Here you will find all the necessary information and proper 3D-Printer settings to start printing successful 3D-Prints with ABS 3D-Printer filament.
Other specific informational topics about this product can be found under the tab ‘’Specifications’’ under the product picture.
If you are experiencing problems during 3D-Printing with ABS filament, take a look under the tab ‘’3D-Print support’’ on the top of the page. Here you will find explanations and solutions to many common problems that can occur during 3D-Printing.
If you are unsure about which filament you need to choose for your projects, take a look at our filament comparison page. There you can find a table filled with all the available filaments and their corresponding properties setup so you can find the filament that suits your application perfectly.
If you have any questions about ABS filament or about 3D-Printing ABS filament, feel free to contact our customer support service.
|Diameter:||1.75 mm / 3:00 mm (± 0.05 mm)|
|printing temperature:||230-250 ° C|
|Printbed temperature:||90-110 ° C|