Made in the USA, Keene Village Plastics has been providing exceptionally high quality and consistent 3D printing filaments since 2004. This ABS is offered in multiple colors.
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Recommended Printer Specifications
Optimal Print Temp: 230ºC – 250ºC
Optimal Bed Temp: 110ºC (PEI film recommended)
All Keene Village Plastics 3D printer filaments are manufactured in Euclid, Ohio, USA with top quality raw materials and 3-Axis laser-controlled precision providing the highest class of products for the 3D printing industry.
WARNING: This product can expose you to Styrene, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
ABS filament is one of 3D printing’s most popular materials, for several good reasons. It is a light and sturdy thermoplastic that has a long lifespan, good impact resistance, and flexibility. It is used as a material for replacement parts for machines and automobiles due to its strength and exceptional mechanical strength at high temperatures. The material is also ideal for popular sports equipment, instruments, and toys.
ABS filament becomes moldable at high temperatures and easy to extrude, which makes it a favorite among 3D printing enthusiasts.
Keene Plastics Village not only uses the best raw materials for our products, but we also implement the most innovative quality control process. Our triple axis flaw detection ensures you receive only the highest caliber materials for your projects, no matter the application.
Due to its durability, strength, and flexibility, there are several uses for ABS filament in 3D printing. You can use it to make plastic auto parts, material handling equipment, toys, and electronic cases, and the like.
ABS filaments are suitable for 3D printing. But its composition is petroleum-based, so it is not biodegradable. It also requires a higher temperature to reach the plastic material’s melting point, needing 230°C up to 250°C for it to become workable. The material will emit abrasive fumes, which means that projects using ABS filaments will most likely require a good ventilation system to avoid accumulating clouds of irritating discharge.
Whether you need to create a model for a building project or a prototype for an automobile part, ABS filaments deliver numerous benefits.
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