ESD ABS

Your Safe Electronics

ESD Fiberlogy filament was created to protect electronic components which are sensitive to electrostatic discharges. The material has high dissipation and antistatic properties with respect to energy coming from discharges, and so it is able to prevent damage or significantly reduce the risk of damage to your electronic devices.

The destructive nature of electrostatic discharge leads to the generation of high costs related to the maintenance, repair and replacement of vulnerable components that companies have to bear, especially those which produce and use electronics in conditions that are conducive to the occurrence of the ESD effect. The task of ESD ABS from Fiberlogy is to eliminate this threat. Therefore, the ESD filament will come in handy when printing housings for integrated circuits, sensors, connectors, measuring devices.

APPLICATION:

  • ELECTRONICS: housings, covers, cases, screens products equipped with diodes, connectors
  • TOOLS OR THEIR PARTS: tools for working with electronics, tools for making electronic components
  • PARTS AND TRANSMISSION TOOLS: machine components, elements of equipment for employees and manufacturing plants
ESD ABS
Diameter Net weight Colors
1.75 mm 0.75 kg

Properties:

  • high resistance to electrostatic discharge and chemicals
  • high impact strength
  • resistance to high temperatures and scratching
  • possibility of mechanical and chemical processing

How to print?

The following parameters are only suggested print settings for this material. To ensure the best print quality, it is necessary to choose the appropriate settings for a specific printer and printing conditions.

 

Nozzle Temperature 250-265°C
Bed Temperature 90-110°C
Closed chamber recommended
Fan 0-10%
Flowrate 95-105%
Printing Speed 35-60 mm/s
Surface glass, masking tape
Retraction (direct) 2-3 mm
Retraction (bowden) 4-6 mm
Retraction Speed 20-45 mm/s

 
Properties of ABS ESD filament

Diameter Diameter tol Oval tol Printing temp Table temp
1.75 mm +/- 0.02 mm + 0.01 mm 250 -265°C 90-110°C
Fourth dimension
of printing