[Get 3 for the Price of 2] Anycubic ASA Filament 1KG
Anycubic ASA FilamentMain Features
Superior Weather Resistance, Fearless in Outdoor Conditions
Outstanding resistance to sunlight, water, and aging. It can fend off UV rays, complex weather changes, and harsh natural environments. Printed models remain undamaged, resistant to aging and fading even after long exposure outdoors.
High-Temperature Resilience, Models Do Not Deform Easily
More stable in high temperatures compared to other standard materials. Anycubic ASA filament has a heat deformation temperature of up to 90°C, while ABS, PETG, and PLA have temperatures of 75°C, 63°C, and 53°C respectively.
Excellent Mechanical Performance, High Toughness and Impact Resistance
Printed models can withstand moderate impact forces without easily deforming or breaking, making it suitable for printing engineering parts or models needed in outdoor.
Compared to ABS filament, it emits a much lower odor during the printing process, reducing discomfort for those sensitive to smells, creating a more comfortable printing environment.
No blockage or bubbles, ensuring smooth extrusion and finely uniform models. Neatly wound with consistent dimensions, filament diameter tolerance is controlled within ±0.02mm. High precision, low shrinkage, less risk of cracking and warping.
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How to install consumables
- Install the spool on the spool holder of a 3D printer, and preheat the nozzle.
- Cut the top of the filament into a spire shape, and thread it into the extruder and feeding tube.
- Manually push the filament through the feeding tube to the nozzle until the filament melts through the nozzle.
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