ABS BCN3D Filaments

Stiff / Impact resistant / Heat resistant



ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) is one of the most common technical materials in several industries around the globe. Its an engineering material which combines rigidity and resistance to impacts. It is the ideal material for technical applications and moving parts.

Traditionally a challenging material to print with FFF printers, it has been re-formulated to ensure good interlayer adhesion and to reduce warping. Our grade allows for excellent dimensional accuracy and high durability.

Compatibility: Find out the BCN3D printers and filaments compatibility

Enable Raft support: To prevent chipping the printing surface.


  • Parts under high mechanical stress
  • Strong prototypes and end-use parts
  • Aesthetic models
  • Commonly used on electronic or appliances cases, suitcases and phones
  • Precision fits, knobs, lids and buttons
  • Rigid models with snap-fit joints
Printed object ABS_Moveo 2


  • Attractive matt surface quality
  • Good stiffness and dimensional stability
  • High impact resistance, even at low temperature (-10 ºC)
  • Good heat resistance, up to 100 ºC
  • Improved printability
  • Water resistant
  • Low resistance to organic solvents


Download safety and technical data sheets


The Ultimate ABS Guide

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Use support materials to expand your 3D printing horizons

Our hosts and 3D printing specialists Álvaro and Jess give us the lowdown on all the different benefits that arise from using support materials, and all the different ways in which they can be implemented.

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Success stories

Hyperloop CHF’s train prototype with 3D printed parts goes for gold at the Hyperloop pod competition

We followed Hyperloop CHF’s journey of the creation of a high-speed subsonic train prototype to the 2021 Hyperloop Competition in Valencia. Using a BCN3D Epsilon W50, the team could quickly and efficiently 3D print molds and end-use parts in a variety of different materials.

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Success stories

The BCN3D Epsilon W27 helps Agri.Builders’ Pherodrones fly high

As an alternative to pesticides, Agri.Builders has developed drone attachments to transport rings that release hormones to prevent damage to almond trees. The partnering of their BCN3D Epsilon W27 with their Smart Cabinet ensured a smooth-running of their printing process and presented them with an array of materials to choose from.

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White paper

Your Extensive Guide to the Properties of 3D Printing FFF Filaments

This white paper dives deep into physico-mechanical properties and impact, heat and water resistances, by evaluating the performance of every material in the BCN3D portfolio.

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Materials for 3D printing & In-depth on fibre-filled

Which is the strongest 3D printing material? And… is stronger always better? In this webinar, Materials Engineer Dario Destro will walk you through the different 3D printing filament types currently available in the market and their properties, with a special emphasis on fiber-filled materials.

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Success stories

KAV is Bringing Bespoke Helmets to the Masses

Every year there are 3.8 million concussions from athletic endeavors. However, the six on the hockey team of Whitman Kwok’s son are what compelled the creation of KAV. Foam-based helmets, the only option in hockey and most every other sport, provide limited protection against rotational accelerations while injection molding constrains helmets to a limited number of sizes compromising fit and safety. KAV’s mission is to elevate athletic performance and protection with highly engineered, bespoke helmets.

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How to print

Printer setting

Extruder temp.
240° C - 260° C
Bed temp.
Cooling fan
Min. layer height
Enable Raft support:
To prevent chipping
the printing surface.

For BCN3D Stratos users:

Get a proper printing profile for ABS using the ones integrated into the BCN3D Stratos. Download the latest version of BCN3D Stratos.

Bed adhesion:

To ensure good bed adhesion use Magigoo.


  • Store it in an airtight container with desiccant
  • Enclosure is required for BCN3D Sigma and Sigmax printers
  • Once the part is printed, remove carefully the piece to avoid chipping the glass. The removal of the object is easier if you just apply water on the glass