ABS 3D Printer Filament – Carbon Fiber

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This ABS filament is brand new and one of our most popular filaments. Print your new projects with a Carbon Fiber finish.

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ABS 3D Printer Filament – Carbon Fiber

This ABS filament is brand new and one of our most popular filaments. Print your new projects with a Carbon Fiber finish.

ABS filaments are among the oldest types of filament, and they have a great reputation. ABS filament is perhaps the most widely used 3D printer filament, for good reason. Our ABS 3D printer filaments are not only strong and reliable, but create one of the best quality prints available on the market. This type of filament is impact resistant and holds strong even when multiple pieces are glued together to create a larger object. It holds weight well and doesn’t buckle. It also tolerates heat well.

ABS filaments work best when used in a printer with a heated print bed to prevent warping of your intended object. They are also intended to be used in a well-ventilated area as they can produce powerful fumes. If you’re looking to print indoors or simply desire a more environmentally-friendly 3D printing filament, please see our selection of PLA filaments.

This 3D printer filament comes in 1kg packages.  Not sure which colour or gauge will work best for you?  Check out our selection of sample filaments, so you can try it out before you commit.

Shipping Times
  • Most parcels are sent by Australia Post or Sendle from our Sydney warehouse. Delivery times do vary when sending parcels interstate, but it usually takes between 3-7 business days for packages to be delivered
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Warranty and Returns
  • All Go 3D branded filaments come with a lifetime warranty
  • All other products come with a 1 year limited warranty
  • All products are covered under the, no questions asked, 100% money back guarantee 

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My experience with this filament: At the beginning I had a lot of failures due to several factors. First of all, I printed it without an enclosure (I have no printer with an enclosure, and the one I used is not easily covered with a cardboard box or something similar). At the temperatures written on the spool, I had bed adhesion issues and delamination with 23C ambient temperature. I started testing and after a good 100g wasted, I finally obtained very nice prints. With an enclosure you could probably get away with lower temps, but without one I use 100C for the bed and 240C first layer/235C for the rest (using a tungstene-carbide nozzle that has the same thermal properties than a bronze one. If you use a hardened steel nozzle, you probably need 5-10C more). But most importantly, you have to recalibrate the e-steps or the flowrate, as with my extruder calibrated for PLA, I had massive overextrusion with this filament. Since I do not want to change the e-steps everytime I change filament, I worked on the flow rate in the slicer. I had to go as low as 78% (!) to achieve nice and smooth surfaces, with no "overmaterial" produced. Using Miner Nano on PEI first layer adhesion at 100C is not an issue. As for the rating I would give this filament 5/5 if there were some more technical specs on the website. The temperatures for example are only printed on the spool label. There is no much information at all on the store page apart from "ABS with CF"... Every other brand puts some more info, especially considering that you are buying a product that costs more than double what you pay for regular ABS nowadays. The filament itself produces beautiful prints once tuned in correctly, and it is quite lighter (expected) compared with same volume prints done in regular ABS. The colour is gunmetal, with a hint of metallic reflection (again, expected from a black ABS filament with CF). I bought a second spool now and I will definitely buy more of the same next time I need ABS-CF.

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My experience with this filament: At the beginning I had a lot of failures due to several factors. First of all, I printed it without an enclosure (I have no printer with an enclosure, and the one I used is not easily covered with a cardboard box or something similar). At the temperatures written on the spool, I had bed adhesion issues and delamination with 23C ambient temperature. I started testing and after a good 100g wasted, I finally obtained very nice prints. With an enclosure you could probably get away with lower temps, but without one I use 100C for the bed and 240C first layer/235C for the rest (using a tungstene-carbide nozzle that has the same thermal properties than a bronze one. If you use a hardened steel nozzle, you probably need 5-10C more). But most importantly, you have to recalibrate the e-steps or the flowrate, as with my extruder calibrated for PLA, I had massive overextrusion with this filament. Since I do not want to change the e-steps everytime I change filament, I worked on the flow rate in the slicer. I had to go as low as 78% (!) to achieve nice and smooth surfaces, with no "overmaterial" produced. Using Miner Nano on PEI first layer adhesion at 100C is not an issue. As for the rating I would give this filament 5/5 if there were some more technical specs on the website. The temperatures for example are only printed on the spool label. There is no much information at all on the store page apart from "ABS with CF"... Every other brand puts some more info, especially considering that you are buying a product that costs more than double what you pay for regular ABS nowadays. The filament itself produces beautiful prints once tuned in correctly, and it is quite lighter (expected) compared with same volume prints done in regular ABS. The colour is gunmetal, with a hint of metallic reflection (again, expected from a black ABS filament with CF). I bought a second spool now and I will definitely buy more of the same next time I need ABS-CF.

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My experience with this filament: At the beginning I had a lot of failures due to several factors. First of all, I printed it without an enclosure (I have no printer with an enclosure, and the one I used is not easily covered with a cardboard box or something similar). At the temperatures written on the spool, I had bed adhesion issues and delamination with 23C ambient temperature. I started testing and after a good 100g wasted, I finally obtained very nice prints. With an enclosure you could probably get away with lower temps, but without one I use 100C for the bed and 240C first layer/235C for the rest (using a tungstene-carbide nozzle that has the same thermal properties than a bronze one. If you use a hardened steel nozzle, you probably need 5-10C more). But most importantly, you have to recalibrate the e-steps or the flowrate, as with my extruder calibrated for PLA, I had massive overextrusion with this filament. Since I do not want to change the e-steps everytime I change filament, I worked on the flow rate in the slicer. I had to go as low as 78% (!) to achieve nice and smooth surfaces, with no "overmaterial" produced. Using Miner Nano on PEI first layer adhesion at 100C is not an issue. As for the rating I would give this filament 5/5 if there were some more technical specs on the website. The temperatures for example are only printed on the spool label. There is no much information at all on the store page apart from "ABS with CF"... Every other brand puts some more info, especially considering that you are buying a product that costs more than double what you pay for regular ABS nowadays. The filament itself produces beautiful prints once tuned in correctly, and it is quite lighter (expected) compared with same volume prints done in regular ABS. The colour is gunmetal, with a hint of metallic reflection (again, expected from a black ABS filament with CF). I bought a second spool now and I will definitely buy more of the same next time I need ABS-CF.

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    My experience with this filament: At the beginning I had a lot of failures due to several factors. First of all, I printed it without an enclosure (I have no printer with an enclosure, and the one I used is not easily covered with a cardboard box or something similar). At the temperatures written on the spool, I had bed adhesion issues and delamination with 23C ambient temperature. I started testing and after a good 100g wasted, I finally obtained very nice prints. With an enclosure you could probably get away with lower temps, but without one I use 100C for the bed and 240C first layer/235C for the rest (using a tungstene-carbide nozzle that has the same thermal properties than a bronze one. If you use a hardened steel nozzle, you probably need 5-10C more). But most importantly, you have to recalibrate the e-steps or the flowrate, as with my extruder calibrated for PLA, I had massive overextrusion with this filament. Since I do not want to change the e-steps everytime I change filament, I worked on the flow rate in the slicer. I had to go as low as 78% (!) to achieve nice and smooth surfaces, with no “overmaterial” produced.
    Using Miner Nano on PEI first layer adhesion at 100C is not an issue.
    As for the rating I would give this filament 5/5 if there were some more technical specs on the website. The temperatures for example are only printed on the spool label. There is no much information at all on the store page apart from “ABS with CF”… Every other brand puts some more info, especially considering that you are buying a product that costs more than double what you pay for regular ABS nowadays.
    The filament itself produces beautiful prints once tuned in correctly, and it is quite lighter (expected) compared with same volume prints done in regular ABS. The colour is gunmetal, with a hint of metallic reflection (again, expected from a black ABS filament with CF). I bought a second spool now and I will definitely buy more of the same next time I need ABS-CF.

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