ABS, fully known as Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene, is one of the main types of filament used in the 3D printing field. ABS has good resistance to heat, shocks, low temp, and chemicals, which makes ABS the most stable material in 3D printing materials.
ABS plastic is quite easy to print. No matter what kind of extruder is used, it will extrude the material smoothly. However, due to the feature of this material shrinking in cold, it will partially fall off and hang from the build plate and cause warping issues. Therefore, we need to make some adjustments to the printing settings for ABS filament.
Thanks for the guide and test using ABS filament on ET4X from Youtuber @ HL ModTech. You offered successful data and we think some of them also apply to all ET4 series models so we drew on them in some points.
Cut off the curved part of the head on the filament with scissors and leave a sharp angle. And we feed it through with the loading temp as 225 ℃.