1.75mm / 3mm 3d-printer Abs/pla Filament White,black,red,yellow,orang,blue,green For Sale
100% Virgin Grade
1.75mm / 3.0mm ABS/PLA Filament
Net Weight: 1kg/2.2lb (1 roll)
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Original 3D Printer ABS Filament has been tested on RepRap, Makerbot, Mendel, Huxley UP, Printer, WeisTek.ABS is a polymerized styrene comprised of acrylonitrile, butadiene and styrene.Acrylonitrile and styrene gives ABS rigidity and shiny surface. Polybutadiene gives it toughness and impact strength.Aside from these qualities, ABS performs a better flowability when melting and resists corrosion and abrasion as well.These qualities combined make it an ideal material for injection mold and extrusion.ABS is a recommended material for beginners by RepRap because of the loose temperature requirement during extrusion process.This material has been tested on RepRap, Makerbot, Mendel, Huxley UP, Printer, WeisTek, Thing-o-matic and Ultimaker.
Loose temperature requirement
Easy to shape
Print temperature: ABS Filament 230°C to 270°C, PLA Filament 180°C to 220°C
First layer temperature: 235°C
Print base material: Acrylic/ABS/PLA
weprovides quality PLA and ABS filament with vibrant colors. This filament is always round, with no oily residue, no air bubbles, and it comes loaded on a quality spool. The plastic is great quality, and no kinks or breaks. Best choice for perfect printing! Features * For common 3D printers such as Reprap,MakerBot,Afinia,Solidoodle 2,Printrbot LC,MakerGear M2 and UP!(Afinia H-Series). * This SainSmart filament holds exceptionally tight tolerances. * The diameter stays stable and consistent(between 1.71mm and 1.78mm) * Widely used in health care, education, toys, building, automobile, electronics, and anime field. * it loads and unloads perfectly.Tips: 1. Is your filament tangled? Check that the spool is spinning smoothly on the mount.2. Is the nozzle clogged? Run the Load script from the onboard menus. Observe the plastic as it emerges from the nozzle. Does it drop straight down, or curl up toward the extruder? If it curls back up toward the extruder, the nozzle may be partially clogged.3. Having trouble getting the first layer to stick well? Some adjustments to the nozzle calibration height help.