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ASA filament settings 3D printer
3D printing with ASA
ASA is a much improved version of ABS; it is stronger, harder, more dimensionally stable and is suitable for outdoor use due to the good UV resistance of ASA.
3D printing from ASA is not very easy, like PLA. There are a number of rules that you must adhere to.
Keep the following in mind when printing ASA:
- Print ASA in an enclosure; ASA does not like drafts
- Set the cooling fan to a maximum of 15% for, for example, overhangs and / or bridges
- Print a raft as a basis
- Nozzle temperature: 240-255 ° C
- Heated bed: 90 - 105 ° C
- Fan cooling: 0 - 15%
- Enclosure: Yes
- If necessary, use HIPS as a support filament
- Use Lemonesol to solve HIPS
- Print speed: 25 - 70 mm / sec.
- Bed adhesion: Gravity Spray and Magigoo
- Minimum nozzle diameter: from 0.25 mm
- Nozzle: Regular brass is sufficient
- Storage: Always keep your filament in an airtight bag at room temperature in a dry environment.
At too high speeds or too low temperatures you may suffer from under-extrusion.