Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-style (ABS) Kevlar is thermoplast used for solid objects. It consists of 5-30% Butadien, about 50% styrene and the rest is acrylonitril.
ABS is a solid material with high toughness and character resistance. Temperature resistance between 85 ° C and 100 ° C. Minimum temperature of -35 ° C.
ABS Filament offers unique properties, thanks to the permanent diameter and perfect circularity. In addition, ABS Filament does not come in contact with water and is immediately packed in vacuum.
The material has a great grip between layers. This results in a large impact to improve character resistance, strength, durability, printing process and "warping".
ABS Filament meets European regulations ES 1935/2004, ES 2023/2006 and ES 10/2011 on plastic materials and subjects coming into contact with food. The dyes used equally meet these European regulations.
Our experience in printing with ABS is that when using higher temperatures, the results are significantly better than other ABS materials. This may vary depending on different printers.
To achieve the best print results, we recommend that you keep a 3D printer in the room, without fluctuating temperature and air flow. We do not recommend a room where people sleep.
Printer settings :
- nozzle temperature: 220 ° C - 260 ° C
- pad temperature: 90 ° C - 110 ° C