Z-ABS 3D Printing Filament Cool Grey 1.75mm 800g

Z-ABS Filament

Z-ABS – plastic filament dedicated for Zortrax M200 3D Printer. The result is a matte, uniform and opaque surface with pure color.

Use Z-ABS with Zortrax M200 and Z-Suite Software in order to make easy-to-remove support structure for complex models. No additional extruder or material required to print with advanced support.

Specifications:

Color: Cool Grey

Printing technology: LPD (Layer Plastic Deposition)

Dedicated device: Zortrax M200 3D Printer

Features: Durable and strong, suitable for prototyping mechanical parts, architectural models, design prototypes

Weight: 1 kg (2.2 lb) gross wt. / 800 g (1.76 lb) net. wt.

Efficient melting point for 3D printing: 250 – 260 °C [482 – 500 F]

Glass Transition Temperature: 125 °C [257 F]

Vicat Softening Temperature: 112 °C [234 F]

Thermal Expansion: Minimal

Odor: Nearly odorless

Hazards: Product does not present any hazard while operating

Product Features

  • Z-ABS – plastic filament dedicated for Zortrax M200 3D Printer.
  • The result is a matte, uniform and opaque surface with pure color.
  • Use Z-ABS with Zortrax M200 and Z-Suite Software in order to make easy-to-remove support structure for complex models.
  • No additional extruder or material required to print with advanced support.
  • Now available in 11 colors – Android Green, Blue, Cool Grey, Green, Orange, Pure Black, Pure White, Red, Sky Blue, Warm Grey and Yellow. More to come.

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  1. I’ll probably never use another brand of ABS for parts prototyping. I use this filament with my FlashForge Creator Pro. I love this material! It prints so well. No detail is lost if your settings are correct. I had to find the best heat settings to print with. For small parts I found that 230c for the extruder works best and 120c for the heat bed created good adhesion. It is a little hard to get good adhesion with this material. Fresh kapton tape certainly helps and I also found that if I use ABS slurry made from the Z ABS on a cotton ball and I dab it onto the…

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