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If you check the safety data sheet of Ultimaker ABS you might see that this filament does not only consist of ABS but is a blend of ABS, PC and PET. This might explain the unusual behavior with acetone vapor. You might want to use pure ABS for the acetone treatment.

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If you check the safety data sheet of Ultimaker ABS you might see that this filament does not only consist of ABS but is a blend of ABS, PC and PET. This might explain the unusual behavior with acetone vapor. You might want to use pure ABS for the acetone treatment.

Thanks. However the ABS in using is from ultimaker. I'll be surprised if they have mixed it. Do u know if this is something they do?

The data sheet only says ABS with no mix

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Thanks. However the ABS  in using is from ultimaker. I'll be surprised if they have mixed it. Do u know if this is something they do?

The data sheet only says ABS with no mix

 

You probably checked the technical data sheet. The safety data sheet is more specific.

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