Like most of its forerunners, PC/ABS is suitable for prototyping. It is a durable material with excellent mechanical properties and impact resistance, especially at low temperatures. PC/ABS is resistant to high temperatures as well and can be a part of electrically stressed parts of consumer or office electronics.
It is suitable as a part of printers, copiers, game consoles or keyboards. As the PC / ABS resists to mechanical and thermal loads, it meets the high demands on the interior material of car bodies or airbags.
PC/ABS is a filament that is light but strong at the same time and shows minimal signs of wear even after several uses. Hardness of PC/ABS is comparable to Vinyl 303, Nylon CF15 Carbon or CPE CF112 Carbon.
PC/ABS shows off excellent printing properties as well.
We strongly recommend keeping the printing temperature in 260?280 °C, bed temperature in 90?105 °C and at speed of 30?55 mm/s. Sometimes less means more: we do not recommend fast cooling as it could lead into warping and shrinking. Also, less cooling helps to produce stronger parts because layers have enough time to bond well.
Good interlayer adhesion, lower warping
Wear resistance, resistant to long-term load
Excellent temperature resistance
Impact resistance, flexural strength
Diameter tolerance: +/- 0.05mm
Filament diameter: 1.75mm
Print temperature: 260-280 °C
Heatbed temperature: 90-105 °C
Part cooling fan: 0-15%
Print Speed: 35- 5mm/s
Weight: 600g Filament (+250g Spool)