KODAK ABS Filament for 3D Printers 750 g
The KODAK ABS filament for Kodak 3D printers is a combination of durability and impact and temperature resistance.
ABS is a widely used fiber suitable for producing more durable and stronger parts than with PLA, because it can withstand higher temperatures, is slightly more flexible and can be easily painted. It can be treated with acetone or acetone vapor to give it a shiny finish (watch out!) And strengthen the object or solidly glue the parts together. Use HIPS as a carrier material for ABS printing. ABS shrinks when it cools, so use a closed printer with warm and constant air temperature (> 25 ° C) to prevent delamination or warping.
- High impact resistance, slightly elastic.
- Ideal for post-processing to achieve a glossy, smooth surface (advanced users).
- Low price.
Used mainly for creating functional prototypes.
Low humidity ensures high efficiency
Your polyamide must be strong and your polyurethane elastic. A thoroughly controlled production process protects your material from pellets to be packaged at the molecular level.
Original materials adapted to every application
KODAK purchases each of its polymer materials from the appropriate suppliers in each segment to ensure optimal performance in your projects.
Print accuracy and surface smoothness
The highest accuracy of roundness and diameter is essential for trouble-free feeding and reproducible performance on any 3D printer.
A wide range of materials and colors
Bearing in mind engineers and designers, KODAK always develops new products to improve 3D printing capabilities.
- Table temperature
- up to 110°C
- Filament diameter
- Filament type
- Specific gravity
- 1,05 g/cm³ (ISO 1183/B)
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