FUNFLAG 3D Printer Filament ABS 1 kg Plastic Spool-GREEN

ABS filament is generally very durable and strong, slightly flexible and quite resistant to heat. 3D printers able to process ABS plastics normally operate with a hot end (the heated part melting the plastic, before it¡¯s forced through the print nozzle) at a temperature around 210-250¡ãC. Therefore, a 3D printer able to process ABS is necessarily equipped with a heated printbed, in order to prevent warping or cracking of the printed materials. ABS is the cheapest 3d printer filament and until recently was the favourite material of the 3D printing community. The material is suitable for a very large variety of purposes, especially as it can easily be sanded (to smooth the printed objects and remove jagged edges) and painted. Printed or broken parts can simply be glued together with ABS glue and it is easily soluble in acetone (i.e. nail polish remover). ABS is generally available in white, black, red, blue yellow and green colors or transparent and has a matte appearance.

Product Features

  • High strength, good toughness
  • Density is small, when printing larger volume model lighter, save money;Cost-effective, can be processed in wide range temperature
  • ABS softer than PLA
  • 1 kg /plastic spool packaging, can be automatic feed
  • To be applied to a variety of 3D printer, Makerbot, UP plus, Mendel, Zortrax, Prusa, series, etc.?

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  1. I bought 2 rolls of this because it was about half the price of what I normally use (Hatchbox). It was packaged in the typical way (vacuum sealed with a couple packets of desiccant) and came on a good quality plastic spool. It’s marked 240-260, but honestly seemed to do fine at lower temperatures. I started having layer adhesion issues at 220, but this isn’t uncommon for ABS. I’m about halfway through my first spool and it seems to work fine. I might get slightly better prints with the more…

  2. I ordered four different colors of this filament and I have printed with two of them. I have not had a failure I can blame on the filament. No clogs, good adhesion, I had one failure because I printed too tall for my printer and one because a wire to my heated bed broke at the bed and it caused the item to come off the bed mid print. Can’t blame that on the filament. I print using a 250c head temperature and 105c bed, on a repeal, which translates to about 84c surface temp according to my…

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