ABS Filaments Blue for 3D Printer-SUNLU ABS Filament 1.75 mm,Low Odor Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.02 mm 3D Printing Filament,2.2 LBS (1KG) Spool 3D Printer Filament for Most 3D Printers & 3D Pens,Blue

SUNLU Blue ABS 3D Printer Filament 1.75mm 1KG Spool Filament for 3D Printing, 3D Pens, Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.02 mm
SUNLU 3D Printer filament and 3D Pen is a place where your imagination is brought to life.
Designed with superior quality and best user experience in mind, SUNLU 3D Printer Filament is manufactured with industry-leading high precision tolerance (±0.02MM) to ensure that you spend less time trouble shooting and more time creating!

SUNLU Printer Filament Storage Tips:
1. Since ABS material is made from biodegradable sources, it is susceptible to moisture.
We recommended storing filament in a sealed plastic bag or box after each print (a large ziplock or Tupperware works well).
2. In extreme cases where the filament gets damp, you can bake it in an oven with 50-degree Celsius for about an hour to restore its dryness.

Reminder: Each time after use of your 3D Printer Filament
Be sure to insert the free end of the filament into the hole to avoid the filament being tangled for next time use.

SUNLU Blue ABS 3D Printer Filament 1.75mm Reference Specs:
Diameter : 1.75MM
Tolerance Level : ± 0.02MM
Print Temperature : 220-240℃ / (428-464℉)
Print Speed : 50 – 100 mm/s
Base Plate Temperature : Heating Bed Temperature is from 80 to 120 Celsius
Bubble : 100% Zero Bubbles
Length : 330M / 360 Yard
Recommended Storage Temperature : -20 to 50 °C / -4 to 122 °F

Compatible with any 3D Printer that uses 1.75mm diameter filament including some models for your reference:
AirWolf – Aleph Objects – BCN3D – Beeverycreative – BigBox – CEL – colorFabb – CraftBot – CraftUnique – CubePro – Cubicon – Doob – Dremel – e-NABLE – E3D – FlashForge – Kossel – Lulzbot – MakerBot – Makergear – Markforged – New Matter – Ooznest – OrdBot – PowerSpec – Printrbot – Prusa – Prusa Research – Robo 3D – SeeMeCNC – Simplify3D – SOLS – Ultimaker – XYZprinting – Zenith – Zortrax

Product Features

  • ♥Material: ABS – Color: Blue – Weight: 1 KG (approximately 2.20 lbs) Spool.
  • ♥ABS Recommend Temperature: Extrusion/Nozzle Temperature 210°C – 240°C (410°F – 464°F), Use With Heated Build Platform Is Recommended
  • ♥High Compatible With Your 3D Printer: Whatever all 1.75 mm-specification 3d printers in the market are configured to run with the PLA 3D printing filaments.
  • ♥You’ll Have Zero Hassle Printing: Compared with traditional brittle PLA, SUNLU 3D printer filaments have adjusted the degradability of the material for optimal performance,so SUNLU PLA filaments are not brittle during 3D printing jobs.
  • ♥30-Day Money-Back Guarantee: We are so confident in our 3D printer fialment that we offer a full 30-day guarantee.Buy it,use it and if you aren’t happy with it,tell us and we’ll refund your money.

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  1. Glad I took a chance on this brand. It’s great! I haven’t heard of this brand before and was a little hesitant to try it. But I’m glad I did. This stuff prints incredibly smoothly. I can print 3 parts or more at a time with almost no treading between the pieces, TPU is much more difficult to print with. I’m using this material to print gear belts and its perfect. Much less stretchy than the other flexibles. It is a bit stiffer. more like a real rubber. But plenty flexible enough for custom shoes, pulley / gear belts, gaskets, etc. I love…

  2. Bright color, but watch the multicolor prints if your second color is dark If you’re looking for a bright, almost neon yellow color for your 3D prints, this is a great choice. It worked pretty much the same as the other PLA I have tried, though it was a bit more prone to leaving some filament stuck in the nozzle than some of the others. I only noticed this a lot when switching between colors on the same print, otherwise it’s mostly fine. Of course every filament is a bit different, but every time I switched to this filament I noticed the first layer was more prone…

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