- Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 9.5 x 3.2 inches ; 2.2 pounds
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- ASIN: B00J0H3PG0
- Item model number: 3D ABS-1KG1.75-BLU
- Average Customer Review: 178 customer reviews
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HATCHBOX 3D ABS-1KG1.75-BLU ABS 3D Printer Filament, Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.03 mm, 1 kg Spool, 1.75 mm, Blue
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- 1 KG (approximately 2.20 lbs) Spool
- 1.75mm Filament Diameter (Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.03mm)
- ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) 3D Printer Filament Vacuumed Sealed With Desiccant
- Recommended Extrusion/Nozzle Temperature 210°C - 240°C (410°F - 464°F), Use With Heated Build Platform Is Recommended
- Spool Diameter: 7.88" - Spool Width: 2.69" - Spool Hub Hole Diameter: 2.20"
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|Part Number||3D ABS-1KG1.75-BLU|
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|Material||ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene)|
|Model Number||3D ABS-1KG1.75-BLU|
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Welcome to HATCHBOX 3D Products Our engineered filament is here to help you stream your creative outlet, enabling you to see your thoughts and concepts engineered into a real and rewarding reality. The filaments are universally designed and compatible with 3D Printers using 1.75mm diameter filament, with a dimensional accuracy of +/- 0.03mm. ABS or Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene, is a tough and durable thermoplastic. It's ability to with stand higher temperatures, ABS is one of the most popular and commonly chosen material on the market. ABS can be used for full functional models, and is the closest material to real production models. The 3D printed object will have a glossy type finish with we love it: Prints at higher temperature Tough and durable Requires less manual finishing Process in acetone for polished finish.
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Also I've seen a lot of reviews saying this ABS is not effected by acetone. Well, see attached images.
"I'm melllting, I'm melllting!!"
This was my first vapor smoothing session but I think it turned out great.
This one doesn't dissolve in acetone, so WILL NOT SMOOTH OUT IN ACETONE VAPOR !!!
A piece of a filament dropped into acetone turned into some rubberized-gel like substance.
Nevertheless this filament prints very well at low temp, like 220 degrees 50 mm/sec. I didn't notice any shrinkage difference with the PLA. Two discs of 100 mm diameter printed out of Hatchbox red PLA and this blue ABS came out identical in size. The ABS part however feels a bit more flexier and less brittle then PLA.
Another thing - this doesn't acetone smooth. This isn't real ABS. This is the reason I purchase ABS at all. Now I have sloppy looking prints that you simply cannot make look nice.
I'm not sure what else to say. I'm very displeased with this product.
I wasted $40 buying blue and white Hatchbox ABS.
So far I have had no issues at all with it and continue to purchase more when I start to run out. Just do yourself a favor when using ANY filament, make sure that the filament is dry at all times. This means storing it in a container with silica gel to absorb moisture, and also keeping your printer in an area that doesnt have excess moisture. During the winter I can store mine in the basement with no issues, but during the spring/summer, I have to bring it upstairs. Otherwise you get what I call "Print Farts" which is when the filament is being extruded and the moisture in it expands quickly and causes breaks in the print. This is especially annoying when it happens on the base layer or an outer spot thats seen.