ABS is a material commonly used in personal or household 3D printing. It is popular in large part because it has great plastic properties. It is lightweight, has good impact strength, and is abrasion resistant. This series comes in two sizes and a wide variety of colors.
A heated bed must be used when printing with ABS filament, as it shrinks or contracts when it cools, which can cause warping. Using a fully enclosed 3D printer, or building an enclosure for your printer will provide cleaner ABS prints as well.
All MH Build filament is sealed with desiccant for storage and freshness.
All spools are 1kg in size.
Recommended Extrusion Temperatures
200mm Total Diameter x 50mm Inner Hole Diameter x 65mm Height
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Supplies & Parts
3D printers offer support for several materials with varying applications, including PLA, nylon, PVA, carbon fiber, ABS, kevlar, and more.See all supplies & parts
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