Fiberlogy ASA Graphite 3D printing filament

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0.75 KGS

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Fiberlogy ASA Graphite

High quality filament with UV and weather resistance in a Graphite colour

Product information & technical details
Item no.:                              ASA-GRAPHITE-175-085
Manufacturer No.:               ASA-GRAPHITE-175-085
Manufacturers:                    Fiberlogy
Content:                              750g
Diameter:                            1,75 mm
Product types:                     ASA Filaments
Filament colour:                  Graphite
Net weight:                         750g
Recommended processing temperature: 255 - 270 °C
Recommended heating temperature: 90 - 110 ° C


Due to its resistance to UV radiation, high temperatures and humidity, Fiberlogy ASA is the perfect choice for all 3D printing applications that are exposed to weather conditions. High mechanical and thermal resistance (up to 94 ° C) and easy printability make this material an excellent replacement for ABS and ensure its popularity in the automotive industry and in the manufacture of everyday objects.

ASA (acrylonitrile-styrene-acrylate) does not require an enclosed, heated build space to ensure successful printing due to its significantly lower shrinkage than ABS. In contrast to its predecessor, ASA emits far fewer unpleasant odours. Less shrinkage and good adhesion prevent the model from curling and tearing and ensure high stability of the print dimensions.

The finished model made with Fiberlogy ASA can be smoothed by exposure to acetone. The material is suitable for sanding and painting. It can also be glued with acetone.


  • High UV resistance
  • High durability
  • Colourfastness
  • Resistance to temperatures up to 94 ° C.
  • Possibility to edit the model during post-processing
  • Low odour emissions compared to ABS


  • Automobile: auto and motorcycle parts, accessories, spare parts
  • Sports: protective devices, sports accessories, spare parts
  • Home and garden: decorations, devices, tools, everyday objects
  • Electronics: sensor and microcontroller housing


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