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Temperature Changing - Grey to Natural - 1.75mm ABS Filament - 1 kg

Temperature Changing - Grey to Natural - 1.75mm ABS Filament - 1 kg

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ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) is the grandfather of home 3D printing filaments. For best results, ABS requires a heated bed and preferably an enclosed printing environment.

ABS has a higher resistance to heat and starts to soften at around 105º C. For this reason, 3D printed objects used in outdoor or higher heat applications tend to stand up better when printed from ABS Filament.

One of the downsides to printing with ABS is the strong smell while it prints. While it doesn’t bother most people, some people may have issues with printing with ABS in confined spaces. We recommend printing in a well ventilated room.

This ABS changes colours as the temperature rises. 3D printing with this type of filament is no different than using standard ABS.

Physical Nominal Value Unit Test Method
Specific Gravity
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23°C

1.05 g/cm³
1.05 g/cm³

ASTM D792
ISO 1183
Melt Mass-Flow Rate (MFR)
200°C/5.0 kg
220°C/10.0 kg

1.6 g/10 min
22 g/10 min
ASTM D1238

Melt Volume-Flow Rate (MVR) (220°C/10.0 kg) 22.0 cm³/10min ISO 1133
Mechanical Nominal Value Unit Test Method
Tensile Stress
Yield
Break
3.00 mm4

54.0 MPa
37.0 MPa
45.1 MPa

ISO 527-2/50
ISO 527-2/50
ASTM D638
Tensile Elongation
Break, 3.00 mm4
Break

25 %
20 %

ASTM D638
ISO 527-2/50
Flexural Modulus
6.00 mm5
--6

2650 MPa
2200 MPa

ASTM D790
ISO 178
Flexural Strength
6.00 mm5
--6

77.5 MPa
76.0 MPa

ASTM D790
ISO 178
Impact Nominal Value Unit Test Method
Charpy Notched Impact Strength 20 kJ/m² ISO 179
Charpy Unnotched Impact Strength No Break ISO 179
Notched Izod Impact
23°C, 3.00 mm
23°C, 6.00 mm
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210 J/m
180 J/m
18 kJ/m²

ASTM D256
ASTM D256
ISO 180/1A
Unnotched Izod Impact Strength 60 kJ/m² ISO 180/1U
Hardness Nominal Value Unit Test Method
Rockwell Hardness (R-Scale) 116 ASTM D785
Ball Indentation Hardness (H 358/30) 110 MPa ISO 2039-1
Thermal Nominal Value Unit Test Method
Deflection Temperature Under Load
1.8 MPa, Unannealed
1.8 MPa, Unannealed
1.8 MPa, Annealed
1.8 MPa, Annealed

85.0°C
88.0°C
95.0°C
98.0°C

ASTM D648
ISO 75-2/A
ASTM D648
ISO 75-2/A
Vicat Softening Temperature
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--
--

105°C
104°C
100°C

ASTM D1525 7
ISO 306/A50
ISO 306/B50
Flammability Nominal Value Unit Test Method
Flame Rating (1.60 mm) HB UL 94
Injection Nominal Value Unit
Drying Temperature 80.0 to 85.0 °C
Drying Time 2.0 to 4.0 hr
Rear Temperature 180 to 220 °C
Middle Temperature 190 to 230 °C
Front Temperature 190 to 230 °C
Mold Temperature 30.0 to 70.0 °C
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