|Extrusion T°||240 – 260 °C|
|Plate T°||100 – 110 °C|
|Enclosure T°||90 °C|
|Printing Speed||20 – 60 mm/s|
|Diametre||1.75 mm +/- µm|
|Linear Weight||2.6 g/m|
|Density||1.05 g/cm3 (ISO 1183)|
|Flexual Modulus||1900 MPa (ISO 178)|
|Elong. at Break||10 % (ISO 527)|
|Hardness||77 Shore D|
|DTUL||88°C @ 1.8 MPa|
|Volume resistivity||< 10^5 Ω cm (PRE021)|
|Surface resistance||< 10^6 Ω (IEC)|
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Protect your electronics components from static shocks thanks to the Nanovia ABS ESD filament. This filament prevents the accumulation of static electricity by progressively discharging itself through its composite carbon black structure.
Ideal for housing and protecting hard drives as well as creation of electronic connectors.
- Protects from static electricity shocks
- Thermal resistance
- Store Nanovia ABS ESD in a dry and dark location, if possible with a desiccant.
- In order to guarantee good printing conditions dehydrate Nanovia ABS ESD at 60°c for 4 hours or longer, when the spools has been exposed to moisture for an extended period.
With it’s printing settings close to standard, the Nanovia ABS ESD filament can be used on most commercially available 3D printers.
- Extrusion temperature : between 240 and 260 °C
- Heated bed temperature : between 100 and 120 °C
- Enclosure temperature: 90 °C
- To preserve the fillament’s ESD properties, pieces should not be covered using insulating paints.
Health and safety
- We recommend printing Nanovia ABS ESD in a room equipped with air extraction or by using appropriate breathing equipment. Whilst printing ABS produces a VOC derivative of styrene.
- We recommend wearing standard safety equipment during the post treatment of your prints made with Nanovia ABS ESD.
Spools are packed in individual boxes, sous-vide with desiccant. Spools are equipped with both a material traciblity and a production series number.
Other sizes available up to 25kg on demand