Innofil3D ABS Fusion + Grey

Advanced ABS filament in Grey

  • Chemical resistance
  • High heat resistance
  • Low warping
  • $74.99 ($10.00 / 100 g)

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Only 1 piece in stock - In stock for a limited period only.

Delivery on Friday, 22 March: Order today until 14:00.

  • Innofil3D ABS Fusion + Black
  • Innofil3D ABS Fusion + Grey
  • Innofil3D ABS Fusion + Natural White

Diameter: 2.85 mm

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Item no.: IGD-ABSF-0223b075, Content: 750 g

EAN: 8718969921572

  • Chemical resistance
  • High heat resistance
  • Low warping

Product information & technical details

Manufacturers: Innofil3D
Content: 750 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Product types: ABS Filaments
Filament colour: Grey / silver
Net weight: 750 g
Recommended processing temperature: 240 - 260 °C
Recommended heating temperature: 100-110 ° C


In collaboration with Polyscope Polymers, Innofil3D developed an ABS filament specifically for 3D printing.

This special grade was developed in collaboration with Polyscope Polymers, an expert in improving polymer behaviour with styrene-maleic anhydride (SMA).

Polyscope is known for its material solutions in the automotive industry. The properties of ABS Fusion + are:

  • Chemical resistance
  • High heat resistance
  • Little delay
  • Compatible with INNOSOLVE PVA
  • Tough

ABS is a thermoplastic used in many applications.

Although ABS has been classified as the standard material in 3D printing, it has been very difficult to process it yet. We have succeeded in developing an ABS quality that can be printed directly on glass without any liquids or tape, and because of its extremely low warpage it has a higher print pass rate.

In order to provide users with valuable information, Innofil3D has collected data on the mechanical properties of 3D printed samples according to ISO standards.

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The concept of the 3D printer came about from an American inventor and engineer, Chuck Hill, during the s80s. He also founded the company called 3D Systems.