ABS filament is an extra strong impact-resistant filament ideal for 3D printing of detailed solid 3D printed products. Due to the process stability and physical features of ABS it is a widely used thermoplastic polymer in industry and we have added a little “extras” to make this ABS filament exceptional strong. This makes ABS particularly suitable for tools, prototypes and all kinds of models.
When heated, ABS tends to warp (although our products much less than other brands) when printing large parts, but you can prevent this from happening by using a heated platform. It also tends to stick to acrylic at low temperature and to Kapton or PET tape if the bed platform is hot. You can also try to use hairspray if you want it to stick on the glass. If you want to experiment and want to print on a cold bed, cover it with masking tape and put a thin layer of super glue. Do not remove printed parts from the bed unless they are totally cool to avoid warping.