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    ASA Premium Raise 3D

    Raise 3D

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    39,99 €tax excl.
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    High quality ASA filament, tested for optimal 3D printing with Raise 3D printers.

    Raise3D is one of the leading manufacturers of 3D FDM printers and accessories. Since its inception, it has been committed to offering high quality 3D printers, with innovative components and operating systems, always maintaining an adequate sale price for most professional users.

    Currently it offers a wide catalog of high quality filaments: PLA, ABS, ASA, PC, PETG and PVA.

    ASA (Acrylononetrile Styrene Acrylate) is an amorphous thermoplastic terpolymer material similar to ABS, increasingly common in the world of 3D printing.

    ABS is the most used material in 3D printing to make resistant and functional elements, but it is prone to the warping effect, especially when making large parts, something that is solved with the use of 3D printers with a temperature-controlled printing chamber. Another problem that ABS presents is the yellowing or discoloration that originates from being in contact with weather environments. All the problems mentioned above are solved with the appearance of the ASA.

    ASA is named as engineering plastic for maintaining its appearance and impact resistance even after being exposed to long periods of time outdoors, in rain, in cold, and in salty sea water. This material has a high dimensional stability (mechanical resistance), a high glass transition temperature and good chemical resistance, making it a material widely used in the main sectors of the industry, such as in the automotive sector.

    ASA Premium Raise 3D filament combines mechanical robustness, UV resistance, water resistance and a great finish (Doesn't gets “yellow” over time).
    This material is indicated to make final pieces for machinery or durable prototypes for use outdoors in the open air, as they will maintain their shape and color over time.

    ASA Premium filament is slightly easier to print than ABS, especially with large parts.

    ASA Premium Raise 3D Filament has been designed and developed with the aim of offering the highest quality and excellent compatibility with Raise 3D printers. To do this, the material is tested by the manufacturer until it finds the parameters that best fit to achieve an optimal impression.

    Raise 3D has developed a lamination software, Idea Maker, in which it includes a series of predefined settings for different materials, based on the data obtained in its tests. These presets include the one for the Raise 3D ASA Premium; which greatly facilitates and speeds up the printing process.

    Raise 3D ASA Premium comes in 1kg reels and only 1.75mm diameter. The coils are shipped in a vacuum bag inside a cardboard box. In this way, the material is preserved without moisture to ensure optimal printing.

    Impact strength (KJ/m2) 8.5
    Elongation at break (%) 4.7
    Tensile strength (MPa) 37.9
    Tensile modulus (MPa) 2220
    Flexural strength (MPa) 73
    Flexural modulus (MPa) 3206
    Softening temperature (ºC) 105
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    3D printing with ASA Premium filament is easier than with other filaments. In the case of the ASA filament, it is necessary that the printing base is hot, between 75 and 95 ºC. In addition, the extruder temperature must be between 240 and 260ºC.

    Although the ASA Premium filament practically does not present the phenomenon called "warping" (which causes the first layer of the pieces to peel off from the base of the 3D printer) it is advisable to use MagigooBuildTakKapton Tape or 3DLac so that the pieces do not tend to detach from the base.

    As for the temperature of the interior where it is going to print, it is recommended that it be controlled and that there are no drafts. For this reason, if printing with Raise 3D printers of the Pro range, it must be printed with the top cover to keep the camera temperature stable.

    Finally, this material should be printed in a well-ventilated room, as the fumes that are released during ASA filament printing are not entirely healthy.

    General information
    Manufacturer Raise 3D
    Material ASA
    Format Spool of 1 kg
    Density 1.10 g/cm3
    Diameter of filament 1.75
    Diameter tolerance -
    Filament length ±381 m
    Color Black
    RAL/Pantone -
    Print settings
    Printing temperature 240 - 260ºC
    Print bed temperature 75 - 95 ºC
    Chamber temperature Not necessary
    Cooling fan Not recommended
    Recommended printing speed 30 - 50 mm/s
    Mechanical properties
    Izod impact strength (ASTM D256)** 10.3 J/m (X,Y)
    6.7 J/m (Z)
    Charpy impact strength -
    Elongation at break (ASTM D702)** 6.7 % (X,Y)
    2.7 % (Z)
    Tensile strength (ASTM D702)** 43.8 MPa (X,Y)
    32.0 MPa (Z)
    Tensile Modulus (ASTM D702)** 2379 MPa (X,Y)
    2062 MPa (Z)
    Flexural strength (ASTM D790) 73.4 MPa
    Flexural modulus (ASTM D790) 3206 MPa
    Surface hardness  -
    Thermal properties
    Softening temperature (ASTM E2092) 105 ºC
    Melting temperature 220 ºC
    Additional Information
    HS Code 3916.9
    Diameter coil (outer) -
    Diameter coil (inner hole) -
    Coil Width

    * The typical values detailed in this table should be considered as a reference. Actual values may vary depending on the 3D printer model used, part design and printing conditions. We recommend confirming the results and final properties with own tests. For more information you should consult the technical data sheet of the product.

    ** Measurements taken from a printed test piece. All test samples were printed under the following conditions: nozzle temperature = 260 ° C, print speed = 50mm / s, build plate temperature = 70 ° C, fill = 100%. All samples were annealed at 80 ° C for 30 minutes and dried for 48 hours before testing.


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