Strong & gt; the most commonly used materials is ABS. It has many indisputable advantages, such as high hardness, temperature resistance or resistance to some chemicals. Another advantage is the low weight of the printed objects. Prints made from ABS can be further processed both mechanically and chemically by acetone. Printed elements can serve as conceptual models for new products or even as their final version. ABS can also be used in the production of prototype elements that are more mechanically burdened.
models printed from ABS (acrylonitrilbutdienstyrene) are of course harmless to health, but potentially dangerous substances may be released during printing. Individual parts printed from ABS can be glued with solvent and polyacrylate adhesives.
ABS tech line blue luminescent ranks among the special philaments that, after lighting in light, shines in the dark bright blue color.
- print temperature: span> 220 °-250 ° C li>
- pad temperature: 100 °-120 ° C
- Package: 1 kg
- string width: 1.75 mm
- Color: span> blue
|Color:||blue, glow in dark|
|Diameter:||± 0,05 mm|
|Bed temperature:||100 - 120°C|
|Nozzle temperature:||220 - 250°C|