Black ABS filament for open source 3D Printers. High quality, constant diameter, bright constant colours for accurate repeatable prints. The filament comes on a plastic spool and is sealed in a plastic bag with dececant and packaged in a box (sometimes we remove the filament from the box to fit everything into your parcel). Each spool is marked with the type of filament, the recommended printing temperature and the manufacturing batch number. We have a lot of confidence in the filament we supply, because we use it ourselves. This filament is manufactured by Chenyue Technology.
ABS (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) is commonly used in 3D Printers and throughout the plastic industry. It is selected for its toughness, temperature resistance and strength. ABS is available in a range of colors and is easy to print with. In 3D Printing, it is mostly used for functional components. It is the same material LEGO is made of.
Posted by Mike on 9th Nov 2016
Works great 245 head temp and 100 bed temp on Wanhao printer.
Posted by Charl on 25th May 2016
Awesome product. I haven't had any issues at all. Thanks for the great service
Posted by Unknown on 20th Apr 2016
works very well. prints better than the filament I got from China with my printer...
Posted by Unknown on 8th Jan 2016
This is my second roll of black abs filament, works just as perfect as the previous
Posted by Cobus Malan on 13th Oct 2015
Printing with 245 deg head and 100 deg table, looks like thick black paint going on to the table. Great strength, haven't had problems printing with this filament.
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Jul 2015
While the product is great, it is something to get used to. Great print quality and high strength.
Posted by Marko on 26th May 2015
The delivery was perfect, got my filament in one day! The printing with it is going well, did my third torture test print and I think I am one away from being fully dialed in. Make sure you crank that extruder to at least 247C.
Will definitely buy here again.
Posted by Quinton Delpeche on 2nd Mar 2015
This filament just works. I ran my printer for practically the entire weekend and never had one issue with the filament,
Printed with the Hot End at 240 C and the Heated Bed at 100 C using Hairspray on the Heated Bed ... works like a charm.
Posted by Unknown on 17th Dec 2014
been printing now for hours (and technically weeks) with this and no issues experienced.
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