ABS, Conductive - 1.75mm - Black


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Print it right with Spool3D conductive ABS 3D printer filament.  Our conductive ABS thermoplastic filament is manufactured with tight tolerances from premium grade material.  Our filament has been tested on popular fused filament fabrication desktop 3D printer platforms.

Conductive ABS filament is an excellent material for the experienced user, and typically benefits from the use of a heated bed. Consistently round diameters make this material very easy to work with.

Conductive ABS filament should be stored in a resealable plastic bag with the dessicant pack provided.  Please use in a well ventilated area or enclosure.

Electrically conductive @ 1000 Ohm/cm

Please see our filament temperature guide here: Spool3D Temperature Guide

Please see our full colour palette here: Spool3D Colour Palette

  • 1.75 mm diameter conductive ABS filament(Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene; tolerance +/- 0.04mm)
  • 1 kilogram spool (spool size: 90 mm ID x 200 mm OD x 63.5 mm W; spool hole diameter: 54 mm)
  • Optimum extrusion temperature: 190-230 degrees celsius
  • Colour: Black
  • Consistently provides excellent build quality for low cost 3D printing.
  • Included in the box: 1kg spool of ABS175-10008BLK filament, vacuum packaged in plastic with dessicant
  • Shipping Weight: 1.65 kg

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SKU: ABS175-10008BLK


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It conducts

It works if you need conductive filament. I will say the layer adhesion is really bad, anything short of 100% infill fell apart in my testing. It also adhered itself to my print plate more then I like and some parts ripped portions of the bottom layer off when I pulled the parts of the print plate. So depending on your print plate material you may want to do some testing and apply a separation medium such as glue stick. Luckily because its ABS you can just use an acetone dampened rag to wipe away any filament that gets stuck to the build plate. I used the filament to create a "joystick" for a touch pad/touch screen and it worked quite well.
Posted by Travis, April 23, 2018

Found a use for it

OK I had a thought so I ordered a reel. It worked well. I use it as a conductive base for powder coating. Along with a heat gun instead of the oven it works great. The powder adheres to it as well as steal. The heat gun flows te powdr quick without melting the ABS.
Posted by Phil, December 13, 2016