Ultrafuse® ABS

ABS is the second most used 3D printing material

Strong, flexible and has a high heat resistance. ABS is a preferred plastic for engineers and professional applications. ABS can be smoothened with acetone. To make a proper 3D print with ABS you will need a heated print bed. The filament is available in 9 colors.

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Recycled Packaging

Generally recyclable

Benefits at a Glance

  • Long life span
  • Very tough
  • High wear and tear
  • Can be used for working parts
  • Chemical resistance

Example Applications

  • Functional prototypes
  • Chemical environment
  • Reasonable heat resistance

Material Properties

  • Tensile Strength (MPa): 21.3 (ZX), 36.3 (XY)
  • Flexural Modulus (MPa): 1587 (ZX), 1767 (XZ), 1833 (XY)
  • Elongation at Break: 1.8 % (ZX), 7.4 % (XY)
  • Impact Strength Izod notched (kJ/m2): 3.5 (ZX), 18.9 (XZ), 18.8 (XY)
  • Impact Strength Izod unnotched (kJ/m2): 7.2 (ZX), 35.7 (XZ), 40.0 (XY)
  • HDT @ 0.45 MPa: 96 oC

Printing Guidelines*

  • Nozzle Temperature: 240-260 °C
  • Build Chamber Temperature: -
  • Bed Temperature: 90 - 110 °C
  • Bed Material: Tape, Spray, Glue
  • Nozzle Diameter: ≥ 0.4 mm
  • Print Speed: 40-80 mm / s

*The product data is provided in good faith and represents typical properties based on our current knowledge and experience; these data are not to be construed as specification limits or mini- mum values. Product properties may be changed without notice. This document does not create any liability, warranty or guarantee of product performance. It is the buyer’s responsibility to determine the suitability of Ultrafuse® products for the intended application.

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