Filaform Select Dark Grey ABS 1kg
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Filaform Select ABS
ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) is one of the most commonly used, and most versitile materials available for 3D printing today. Filaform Select ABS is a strong and very rigid plastic perfect for prototyping and end use parts.
Produced in a temperature and humidity controlled environement, contamination from airborne particulates or moisture cannot reach the material during production. The extrusion machinery is cleaned after every run to guarantee each spool is free from imperfections.
Intelligently Wound Spooling
Each spool is perfectly wound by sofisticated electronics, placing each layer of filament side by side and with even tension. This results in a tangle free unwinding, eliminating failed prints caused by crossed over filament.
Remaining Filament Estimator
The clear spools have markings on the sides, indicating the length of filament remainging. This allows you to quickly judge if you have sufficient material to complete a job.
Large Centre Hub
The uniquely designed spool has a large centre hub that reduces the radial stress on the filament. This greatly reduces the tendancy to "pig tail" when you get close to the end of the roll. This can be especially apparent with 2.85mm PLA.