XYZprinting ABS Plastic Filament Cartridge, 1.75 mm Diameter, 600g, Black

January 25, 2015 - Comment

The XYZPrinting ABS filament is a 600g of 1.75-mm diameter black filament for use with the XYZPrinting daVinci 1.0 3D printer (sold separately). Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) is a strong thermoplastic that can be surface treated with sandpaper or acetone after printing. It is commonly used with a heated bed set to around 80 degrees

The XYZPrinting ABS filament is a 600g of 1.75-mm diameter black filament for use with the XYZPrinting daVinci 1.0 3D printer (sold separately). Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) is a strong thermoplastic that can be surface treated with sandpaper or acetone after printing. It is commonly used with a heated bed set to around 80 degrees C (176 degrees F) to prevent warping during the printing process and facilitate removal. The print temperature ranges from 215 to 250 degrees C (419 to 482 degrees F).

XYZprinting manufactures 3D printers. Founded in 2013, this international company has its US headquarters in San Diego, CA.

Product Features

  • ABS is a strong, surface-treatable thermoplastic
  • Print temperature ranges from 215 to 250 degrees C (419 to 482 degrees F)
  • 600-g cartridge of 1.75-mm filament
  • Black color
  • For use with the XYZPrinting daVinci 1.0 3D printer (sold separately)

Comments

Jeffery A Willsea says:

Does NOT work 0

2robotguy says:

Good prints everytime 0

Floyd Wayne Shackelford Junior says:

Excellent Product This is a very good product. I have yet to have any problem using these with my Da Vinci 1.0 printer. I like how the printer’s computer keeps track of the amount of filament that I use, as well as various other statistics. It helps me to better estimate how much the last project cost. I like the wide range of colors, as well. I would like, though, to be able to purchase transparent filament, as I’ve had a customer express interest in transparent products.It is a little annoying to find out that, at the end of the cartridge, I still have about a meter of filament left that I can’t use since the printer’s computer refuses to even try to print if it reads that the cartridge is empty. It would be nice if the printer’s computer was able to be instructed to attempt to print anyways, even if the cartridge read empty. As it is, I’m gathering quite a collection of unused filament with every “empty” cartridge. :-pAll in all, though, this is a high quality,…

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