Fiberlogy ABS PLUS Red

Modified ABS filament for printers with open build areas in red

  • Increased hardness
  • Less warping
  • Printable with open space
  • £25.15 (£2.96 / 100 g)

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Delivery on Friday, 02 July: Order before Tuesday at 10:00.

Diameter: 1.75 mm

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Item no.: FL-ABS-PLUS-RED-175-085, Content: 850 g

EAN: 5902560995275

  • Increased hardness
  • Less warping
  • Printable with open space

Product information & technical details

Item no.: FL-ABS-PLUS-RED-175-085
Manufacturer No.: ABS-PLUS-RED-175-085
Manufacturers: Fiberlogy
Content: 850 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm
Product types: ABS Filaments
Filament colour: Red
Net weight: 850 g
Recommended processing temperature: 250 - 270 °C
Recommended heating temperature: 90 - 110 °C

Description

A multifunctional material for desktop 3D printing, which is especially recommended for prototyping models due to its special properties such as increased hardness and reduced process shrinkage. In addition, printing is easier and faster than standard ABS and does not require printing in a closed chamber. It can also be processed mechanically and chemically.

Characteristics

  • Increased hardness and durability
  • High impact resistance
  • Resistance to high temperatures and abrasion
  • Possibility of processing and chemical treatment
  • Possibility of printing in printers without enclosures

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