What are the advantages and disadvantages of 3d printing consumables abs and pla and hips materials?
Date of release:2018-11-13 Author: Click:
ABS can be said to be the most commonly used printing material for FDM. Currently, there are many colors to choose from. It is a desktop 3D printer.
The user's favorite printing materials, such as printing a lot of toys of the "Lego" type, making a lot of creative home accessories. ABS materials are usually in the form of filaments that are heated and melted through a 3D printing nozzle. Since the nozzle needs to be solidified immediately after the nozzle is ejected, the temperature of the nozzle heating is controlled to be 1 ° C to 2 ° C higher than the thermal melting point of the ABS material. Different ABSs are not compatible with the nozzles whose temperature cannot be adjusted due to the different melting points. This is why it is best to buy printed materials from the original manufacturer.
PLA plastic fuses can be said to be another very common printing material, especially for desktop-grade 3D printers, which can be degraded by PLA and is an environmentally friendly material. PLA does not generally require a heated bed. This is not like ABS, so PLA is easy to use and more suitable for low-end 3D printers. The PLA is available in multiple colors and is also available in translucent red, blue, green and fully transparent materials. For the same reasons as ABS, the versatility of PLA needs to be improved.
Hips has emerged as a substitute for abs material in recent years. Has abs similar performance, the price is cheaper than abs, pla. Therefore, it is also used as an alternative to abs in industry.