The most detailed prints are the most clever ones. ICE Filaments' ‘Fluo Cunning Clear’ ABS will help you with that!
ICE Filaments' ‘Fluo Cunning Clear’ ABS is an extra strong high quality filament, perfect for printing solid items. ICE Filaments' ABS is also very light and durable. This makes that ICE Filaments ABS is perfect for tools, toys and other articles. One of the biggest advantages is that ICE Filaments'ABS has low warping.
ABS, Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene, has a printing temperature that is slightly higher than other ABS-filaments. The advantage here is that your prints will be extra strong.
ICE Filaments ABS ‘Fluo Cunning Clear’ will advance the craftiness of your prints. The ‘Fluo Cunning Clear’ ABS lights up under a blacklight.
ICE Filaments was tested on a variation of FDM 3D Printers. It is therefore printable on a multitude of machines that work with this technology, like for example Ultimaker, Raise3D, Felix, Craftbot and others.
- High Impact Resistance
- Extra strong
- Stable printing process
- Light and durable
- Low ‘warping’
ICE Filaments is a brand of Trideus bvba. We have developed this line of filaments because we want to grant every customers wishes. At Trideus, we can test our filaments with different types of printers, what gives us the advantage develop a line of filaments that doesn’t focus on one printer alone, but that prints high quality prints on all the open source printers in our gamma. Also all the closed source printers that work with reels can use ICE Filaments materials.
|Color:||Fluo Cunning Clear|
|material Type:||Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene|
|Weight on the spool:||± 750gr|
|Printing temperature:||220 - 270°C|
|melting temperature:||245°C ± 10°C|
|Print speed:||25mm/sec - 250mm/sec|
|Recommended printbed temperature:||± 90 - 110°C|
|diameter tolerance:||1,75mm: ± 0,05mm / 2,85mm: ± 0,10mm|
|Specific gravity:||1,03 g/cc|
|MFR 220 ° C / 10kg:||8,0 g/10 min|
|Tensile strength:||44 Mpa|
|Strain at break:||9%|
|Tensile Modulus:||2000 Mpa|
|Izod impact strength method 23 ° C:||36 KJ/m²|