Industrial Grade ABS Materials

Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) is the second most commonly used filament. With respect to its material properties, ABS materials have moderate strength properties and good melt flow characteristics. ABS is tough – able to withstand high stress and temperature. It’s also moderately flexible. Together these properties make ABS a good general-purpose 3D printer filament, but where it really shines is with items that are frequently handled, dropped, or heated.

ABS is found in many manufactured household and consumer goods, including LEGO bricks and bicycle helmets! Products made of ABS boast high durability and a capacity to withstand high temperatures, but 3D printer enthusiasts should be mindful of the filament’s high printing temperature, tendency to warp during cooling, and intense fumes. Be sure to print with a heating bed, and in a well-ventilated space. Examples include phone cases, high-wear toys, tool handles, automotive trim components, and electrical enclosures.

Material Features


Industrial Grade ABS with superior flow and good impact for thin walled applications; ideal end use parts in electrical/electronic, mechanical, medical, and industrial applications.

ABS Food Safe

Industrial Grade ABS for FDA food contact applications; excellent flow and good impact for thin walled applications; ideal for packaging applications and other uses needing FDA Food Contact compliance.

Structural Strength and Stiffness

Great Electrical Insulation

Impact Resistance

Excellent High and Low Temperature Performance

Easy to Paint and Glue

Filiment Properties







Difficulty to Use


Print Temperature

210°C – 250°C

Print Bed Temperature

80°C – 110°C

Shrinkage / Warping

Possible – care required; print with heated bed


In esters, ketones, and acetone

The Perfect Material for Your Project

Let us know if you are interested in a custom material blend or color. We will work with you to create the perfect material for your project!

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