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Review ABS 3D Filament 1.75mm Diameter – No Tangle, No Clogging & Good Impact Resistance – White -1kg

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Details: ABS 3D Filament 1.75mm Diameter – No Tangle, No Clogging & Good Impact Resistance – White -1kg

Brand: Keene Village Plastics

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Advantages

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  • STRONG AND DURABLE ABS FILAMENTS: Keene Village Plastics’ ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) boasts high durability that allows you to deliver quality and quantity for every project. Can be sanded or smoothed with additional process.
  • RESILIENT: Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) filament is one of the most common 3D printing materials used in the 3D printing industry. Recommended for high strength applications and it’s also moderately flexible.
  • HEAT RESISTANCE: Keene Village Plastics’ can withstand high stress and temperature. It’s strength and moderate flexibility makes it a great choice for printing in 3D. Recommended optimal print temperature: 230ºC – 250C. Optimal Bed Temp: 110C (PEI film recommended). Tolerances + 0.003” / -0.003”
  • LIGHT AND STURDY: ABS filament is one of 3D printing’s most popular materials, for several good reasons. It is a light and sturdy thermoplastic that has a long lifespan, good impact resistance, and flexibility. All filaments are vacuumed sealed with desiccant. Available in different sizes and colors.

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review ABS 3D Filament 1.75mm Diameter - No Tangle, No Clogging & Good Impact Resistance - White -1kg

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Buyer Guide 3D Printing Supplies

 Before purchasing your 3D printer, it’s important to know what to look for.

  • Consider your intended use. Will you be using a 3D printer for prototyping, making jigs, or making toys?
  • Consider your skill level. The printer you buy should be easy enough to operate.
  • Consider your printing requirements. Are you working with a CAD file that needs support or has overhangs?
  • Consider the material. Will your printer be able to print in ABS, PLA, nylon, or glass-filled nylon?
  • Consider the build volume. Will your printer be able to print in larger parts or in thinner layers?
  • Check the warranty.

How to choose 3D Printing Supplies

 Choosing 3D printing supplies requires a little bit of experimentation. However, there are a few things to keep in mind when shopping for materials:

  • The ABS plastic used in 3D-printed objects often has a bit of giving when it’s warm. This makes it ideal for producing small, fragile, or flexible objects.
  • PLA (polylactic acid) is a type of biodegradable plastic that’s commonly used by hobbyists and artists. PLA is edible and can be easily recycled after use.
  • Supports can be added to 3D printed objects, which help the 3D printed object stay upright during the printing process. Support material can be included in the print file, or removed manually afterward.

How to maintain 3D Printing Supplies

 3D printing is a new technology that is changing the way people create and engineer new products.

  • To clean the filament, use soap and water to wet your filament, then wipe it dry with a paper towel.
  • To clean the nozzles, wipe them with a damp rag.
  • To clean the build plate, wipe it with a clean, lint-free cloth.
  • To clean the extruder, use compressed air.
  • To clean the build plate, first, remove any building material or part from the plate. Then, use a paper towel or paper towel moistened with rubbing alcohol to wipe off the build plate.
  • To clean the extruder, first, unplug the extruder from the 3D printer. Then, moisten a paper towel or paper towel with rubbing alcohol and wipe down the extruder.
  • To clean the 3D printer, use compressed air to blow loose dust out of the printer.
  • To clean the filament, use compressed air to blow loose dust out of the filament.
  • To clean the nozzle, use compressed air to blow loose dust out of the nozzle.
  • To clean the build plate, use compressed air to blow loose dust out of the build plate.
  • To clean the extruder, use compressed air to blow loose dust out of the extruder.
  • To clean the filament, unplug the extruder from the 3D printer and use compressed air to blow loose dust out of the filament.
  • To clean the nozzle, unplug the nozzle from the 3D printer and use compressed air to blow loose dust out of the nozzle.