PrimaSELECT™ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) is a material that is widely used in both industry and as filament for 3D Printers. It´s strong, light weight and very durable. The well-known Lego blocks are made from ABS and as you know that is a very high impact resistant piece of plastic and the same goes for parts printed with PrimaSELECT™ABS.
PrimaSELECT™ABS is a very “easy to use” material and has a matte surface finish when printed. This ABS also has limited risk of warping when comparing to other brands of ABS. PrimaSELECT™ABS comes in a wide range of vivid colors that are all based on the RAL color system which in turns guarantees that you will get the same color every time you order a new spool.
With PrimaSELECT™ABS we have succeeded in making an ABS that are very easy to print with and gives you stunning result every time. This filament has a very high impact strength and are perfect for printing tools, toys and different gadgets. Thanks to the relative high melting temperature (± 103˚C) PrimaSELECT™ABS is also suitable for prints that are going to be used in hot environments. If you have a dual hot-end set up and are going to print with support we recommend that you use PrimaSELECT™PVA, that bonds well to our ABS and are easy to remove, PrimaSELECT™PVA is even soluble in water.
Our state of the art factory is equipped with the latest in laser measuring technology to ensure that you will receive a spool of filament with a very tight diameter and roundness tolerance. This in turn makes for a filament that is compatible with most common printers on the market today.
|1,75 mm||±0,05 mm||≥ 95 %|
|2,85 mm||±0,10 mm||≥ 95 %|
|Specific gravity||ASTM D1505||1,24 g/cc|
|MFI||–||6,0 g/10 min|
|Tensile strength||ASTM D882||110 MPa (MD)
n145 MPa (TD)
|Elongation at break||ASTM D882||160% (MD)
|Tensile modulus||ASTM D882||3310 MPa (MD)
n3860 MPa (TD)
|Impact strength||–||7,5 KJ/m²|
|Printing temp.||–||190-220 °C|
|Melting temp.||–||210 °C ± 10 °C|
|Melting point||ASTM D3418||140-160 °C|
|Vicat softening temp||ISO 306||± 60 °C|