SpectrumHIPS-X - Deep Black

Impact-resistant filament with high surface hardness in Black colour

  • High-impact resistance
  • Easy to print
  • Can be used as a support material for ABS
  • RAL 9017
  • $28.74 ($2.87 / 100 g)

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Delivery on Wednesday, 21 November: Order before Monday at 12:00.

Colour:
  • Spectrum HIPS-X - Gypsum White
  • Spectrum HIPS-X - Bahama Yellow
  • Spectrum HIPS-X - Dragon Red
  • Spectrum HIPS-X - Deep Black

Model type : 1.75 mm / 1000 g

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Item no.: SPC-80078, Content: 1.000 g

EAN: 5903175658043

  • High-impact resistance
  • Easy to print
  • Can be used as a support material for ABS
  • RAL 9017

Product information & technical details

Manufacturers: Spectrum
Content: 1.000 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm
Filament colour: Black
Net weight: 1000 g
Recommended processing temperature: 230-245 ° C
Recommended heating temperature: 100 ° C

Description

HIPS (High Impact Polystyrene) - is a material with high impact resistance. This material is as easy to print as PLA, but has similar properties to ABS. The added benefits of HIPS over ABS are less temperature shrinkage and less toxic odours during printing. HIPS printed models are dull, smooth and can be mechanically reworked. HIPS can serve as a substrate for ABS because it is soluble in concentrated citric acid (D-Citric Acid).

HIPS-X advantages:

  • High surface hardness
  • Scratch resistance
  • Impact resistance
  • Finished model has a matte surface
  • Low density
  • Completely soluble in D-Citric Acid

Packaging

The filament is wound up on a clean, transparent spool. Each spool contains information about the type of material, the diameter and the recommended printing temperature. The filament is vacuum-packed with a desiccant. A user manual is also included in the packaging.

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The most popular technology used for 3D printing is FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling). A heated nozzle (hot-end) melts the plastic wire, layering the melted parts.