HobbyKing™ is excited to be carrying the full range of the ESUN brand of 3D printing filament. ESUN is recognised as one of the world's leading and most innovative manufacturers for 3D additive printing.
The PLA, ABS, Flexible, Luminous and many other types of materials are perfect for whatever application you have in mind. ESUN has established their brand recognition through their quality products and consistency, the filaments have a stable melting point, good round shape and most importantly a 0.05mm uniform diameter tolerance for a consistent flow rate.
ABS is a fantastic plastic for mechanical real world use prints where a durable item is required. It has some give under stress making it perfect for multirotor frames and gears. ABS also has a higher melting point making it more suitable for some applications.
For printing with ABS it is recommended to have a heated print bed or Kapton Tape for proper bed adhesion. ABS can also have a slight odor when printing so a well ventilated room is recommended, please note that it has no odor when the print is finished.
ABS is slightly harder to get dialed in unlike PLA, but once set up the printing is consistent and the prints are truly real world useable. Other popular uses for this material are R/C spare parts, building blocks and toys for the kids.
3D printing is a fun and exciting hobby with a wide range of uses from prototyping parts to making toys for the kids. Picking the right filament for your application is very important. Please visit the ESUN web site for more information as well as the recommended settings for your printer.
• Stable melting point
• Good round shape
• Uniform diameter tolerance 0.05mm
• Consistent colors
Filament Material: ABS
Filament Diameter: 1.75mm
Hmotnost ( g )
Très bon filament, s'imprime sans soucis a 220°c et tapis à 100°c .
Aucune odeur lors de l'impression, je le recommande, surtout vu le prix qui est très bas.I took this one out to test on a small part. Unfortunately My Craftbot would not heat the bed up there where it's suggested for ABS. I tried, but each time it was a fail. The parts just would start curling up and bam, would come off or just become one nice mess of a blob. I know that ABS requires more heat and also more tweaking so I just gave up on it for the time being because I just couldn't print right of the bat as with the PLA. The filament itself seems fine. Printing ABS will be an art in an of itself though. I just got one roll of ABS to test out so I hope I can eventually use it. I only got it due to the lowest prices I got here at HK.