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Cornflower Blue ABS 3D Printer Filament - Robox Smartreel

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Blue ABS filament for 3D printers, with 1.75mm Diameter. A widely used petroleum based plastic, ABS is a flexible, impact resistant thermoplastic.

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Cornflower Blue ABS filament for 3D printers.

Robox materials are supplied on a SmartReel which holds data about temperature settings, print speed, diameter and even the amount of filament which has been used on that reel.

As a user this makes printing very easy, you load the filament and AutoMaker will automatically change to the settings saved on the reel.

Robox is able to use filament from any brand (you are not locked into the SmartReel system). Obviously better quality filaments will give more consistent results.

We stock a range of colours of filaments that are available in ABS or PLA. So what is the benefit of ABS?

Features:

  • Stronger, aiding any post print work.
  • Increased flexibility.
  • More temperature resistant (due to higher melting point).

Contents:

  • 1 x 240m x 600g SmartReel of 'Cornflower Blue' ABS Filament.

Dimensions:

  • Length: 240m.
  • Width: 1.75mm.
  • Weight: 600g.

Requires:

Resources:

Robox Stock Code:

  • RBX-ABS-BL824.
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