Increased strength ABS
Wikipedia : Acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (ABS) is a thermoplastic and a copolymer used for rigid objects. It consists of 5 to 30% 1.3-butadiene and about 50% styrene, with the rest acrylonitrile. It is easy to injection mould and produces a smooth and firm to the touch plastic. During processing such as heating, 3D printing and drilling, a characteristic slightly unpleasant odour is released.
ABS+ is an improved version of the original ABS, with increased strength and hardness. Increased scratch resistance. Very well suited for printing objects with large angles. Very good heat and oil resistance.
ABS is an extra strong impact resistant filament, ideal for 3D printing.
Due to the process stability and physical properties of ABS, it is a widely used thermoplastic polymer.
The material is very light and durable.
This makes ABS particularly suitable for tools, toys and all kinds of utensils.
The print temperature is slightly higher than the average temperature for ABS.
This allows you to print extra strong 3D objects with this filament.