Use PrimaSelect ASA+ (Acrylonitrile Styrene Acrylate) 3D printer filament for tough conditions. ASA+ has been specially developed for use in demanding environments. The material is UV and water resistant, has high thermal stability and improved chemical resistance. ASA ist often used in the automotive industry. If you're looking for a tougher replacement for ABS, ASA+ is ideal! ASA+ has a matt glossy surface that is perfect for technical 3D printing. When you 3D print ASA+, you see all the object details.
ASA+ can withstand UV light 10x better than ABS. This makes ASA+ perfect for outdoor parts that are exposed to the sun. 3D print end use parts with your 3D printer now.
Higher long-term heat resistance and better chemical resistance. ASA+ 3D printer filament is much more resistant to environmental influences than most other materials. It has therefore been used in the automotive and marine industries for many years.
If you can process ABS with your 3D printer, you can also produce with ASA+. Process the material at a temperature of approx. 230 - 255 ° C. Set your build platform to approx. 80 - 100 ° C. This material is ideal for applications such as car parts, garden furniture, technical components, sensor housings or 3D prints where a glossy surface is not desired.
3D print at the upper end of the temperature scale to get a more resilient end product.
|Color||Traffic black - RAL 9017|
|Recomended Printing Temp Min||230 ºC|
|Recomended Printing Temp Max||255 ºC|
|Recomended Printbed Temperature Min||80 ºC|
|Recomended Printbed Temperature Max||100 ºC|
|Recomended Printing Speed Min||35 mm/s|
|Recommended Printing Speed Max||80 mm/s|
|Recomended Fan Speed Min||0 %|
|Recomended Fan Speed Max||25 %|
|Recomended Retraction Min||1,5 mm|
|Recomended Retraction Max||5 mm|
|Recomended Flow Rate Min||100 %|
|Recomended Flow Rate Max||102 %|
|Specific gravity||1,14 g/cm3 ISO 1183|
|Vicat softening temp||98 °C ISO 306|
|Heat deflection temp||14 °C|
|Tensile strength||48 MPa ISO 527|
|Tensile modulus||2020 MPa ISO 527|
|Elongation at yield||3,6 % ISO 527|
|Elongation at break||15 % ISO 527|
|Impact Strength||18 KJ/m2 ISO 179|