Ultimaker ABS filament
Ultimaker ABS is a widely used filament. This is due to the good mechanical properties and wide range of applications. The most common the problem with 3D printing with ABS is the warping. At Ultimaker they have them made every effort to minimize the chance of warping. because of this Ultimaker ABS is easier to print and more reliable than regular ABS filaments. Ultimaker ABS is suitable for making prototypes, for example and complex utensils.
Thanks to the NFC chip in the coil, your Ultimaker recognizes 3D printer which filament you are using. This means you always print with the right one settings.
The main reasons for printing with Ultimaker ABS.
- Excellent adhesion between the layers.
- Good mechanical properties.
- Withstands temperatures up to 85 ºC.
- Reduced chance of warping and adheres well to the print bed.
- Very suitable for strong end products and prototypes.
Examples printed with Ultimaker ABS.
Test your prototypes. Ultimaker ABS offers an economical solution during the product development phase. Prototypes can be done quickly designed, printed and then tested. Before starting the full production.
Does it fit? With 3D printing, you can accurately shape the test fit and function and performance of a finished product simulate so that you have confidence in the final design.
Global printing guidelines:
Ultimaker ABS can be used with any Ultimaker with a heated bed can be printed. If you have an Ultimaker 3, you can use this ABS filament printing with the PVA support filament.
Always make sure you have the most recent version of Cura used.
In the table below you will find the correct temperature settings per Ultimaker.
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