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Printing with Stratasys brand ABS-M30 material on an S5. Is it possible?


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Posted · Printing with Stratasys brand ABS-M30 material on an S5. Is it possible?

hello community, this is my first question I have posed here and I hope someone can help guide me down the right path or at least provide and answer and/or explaination.

My sales team and PM for a project have just sold a job where they agreed to printing a bunch of parts with Stratasys brand ABS-M30 material. Now, I dont have a Stratasys machine, I have a few Ender 5 plus machines, a frog print, a Ultimaker ext3 and Ultimaker S5. Has anyone had any experience in trying to print with this material on a printer other than a Stratasys? Is it possible? Are there specialized alterations required? what size nozzle is needed? I tried to call Stratasys support, but they had no experience or suggestions for me (other than contact my printers manufacturers, or have THEM print the parts for me) Does anyone have any words of wisdom for me? 

Thank you in advance.

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    Posted · Printing with Stratasys brand ABS-M30 material on an S5. Is it possible?

    Quite sure that material is a 1.75mm so I would not attempt using it on either of your UltiMaker machines as they run 2.85mm material.. 

    Otherwise approach it as you would any other ABS print.. its just another blend of ABS.

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