ABS was specifically developed for FDM and FFF processes, and has very high process reliability. The material allows for very low printing temperatures, which means that it emits fewer odorous pollutants than other similar products.
- High printing speed
- Scratch resistant, resilient surface
- Little shrinking and warping
ABS has very good mechanical properties and is widely used for industrial applications.
Elongation at Break
ABS is characterized by flexibility combined with high rigidity and mechanical resilience.
ABS is temperature-resistant up to 90 °C.
Ease of printing
The material is suitable for advanced users, particularly in the industrial sector, as the production of bigger objects requires a closed assembly space.
In optimizing the flow properties of ABS for FDM processes, the visible layers of the material are minimized. Additionally, the layers can be burnished with acetone, which makes the surface look as if it has been injection molded.
ABS is a reliable material with good layer adhesion.
ABS has outstanding resistance to impact.