Introducing Innofil3D ABS Fusion

September 22, 2017

Introducing Innofil3D ABS Fusion

Innofil3D, manufacturer of premium FDM 3D filaments and Polyscope Polymers, global leader in the production of Styrene Maleic Anhydride (SMA) have partnered up and developed a PVA compatible ABS filament for 3D-printing: ABS Fusion+
Polyscope offers solutions for enhancing the performance of various engineering plastics like ABS by adding Styrene Maleic Anhydride (SMA) which provides benefits such as high heat resistance and high dimensional stability.  

Innofil3D has the capabilities and facilities to analyse material behaviour during 3D-printing and realize improvements. This resulted in an optimized ABS grade for 3D-printing: “ABS Fusion made with Polyscope XILOY 3D.”

Main features of this new filament are:
  • Direct printing on heated glass or print bed surfaces
  • Easy to print experience due to low warping and a high success rate prints
  • High temperature resistance
  • Adheres to water soluble support

 


    Coming soon to Shop3D.



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