|Tolerance||± 0,03 mm||± 0,05 mm|
|Printing temperature||220º - 245ºC||240ºC - 260ºC|
|Heat bed temperature||100ºC||± 80ºC-90ºC|
|Recommended printing speed||50-90 mm/s||50-90 mm/s|
|Max. elongation at break||25%||34%|
|Impact strength||17 Kg*cm/cm|
The new ABS anti warping is a next-generation ABS filament, specially designed to reduce warping which allows to print larger objects maintaining the excellent properties of ABS.
This extremely hard and impact resistant thermoplastic filament is ideal for technical use as well as for high yield pieces.
The new ABS anti warping features an excellent interlayer adhesion as well as a reliable bed adhesion, wether printing on glass, tape or other adhesives.
The properties of ABS makes it ideal for pieces that need post-processing such as sanding, drilling, etc. It is also soluble in acetone. That means that separate pieces can be joined by "gluing" them together with acetone, and their surface can be treated giving them a shiny or polished finishing.
In order to improve the adherence to the build platform we recommend to use a heated bed with a temperature of aprox. 100ºC. We advise to treat the printing surface with fixer lacquer
or Kapton tape
, or to use a BuildTak
sheet. If this is not sufficient, you can use the "brim" function in the laminating program.
For a perfect layer adherence it is important that there are as little temperature changes as possible in the room where the printer is working, and that there are no air currents.