ABS (SLA 3D Printing)

Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) is a thermoplastic polymer with a versatile range of applications due to its exceptional durability, strength, and resistance to heat and chemicals. Comprising three distinct monomers—acrylonitrile, butadiene, and styrene—ABS combines the unique properties of each, resulting in a material that is both robust and malleable. Its ability to withstand physical impact, along with its relatively low production cost, has made ABS resin a popular choice in various industries, including automotive, electronics, and consumer goods.

When it comes to 3D printing technologies, ABS finds a noteworthy application in Stereolithography (SLA). SLA is a resin-based 3D printing process where liquid photopolymer resins are selectively cured layer by layer using ultraviolet (UV) light. ABS, in resin form, exhibits excellent printability in SLA due to its favorable combination of viscosity and curing characteristics.

The material's capacity to produce detailed and accurate prints, coupled with its post-processing versatility, makes ABS an ideal choice for creating intricate prototypes and functional parts in the SLA 3D printing process. Also, the durability and impact resistance of ABS resin SLA contribute to the longevity and reliability of the printed objects, further establishing its role as a preferred material in the evolving landscape of additive manufacturing.

ABS SLA 3D Printed White Part



Minimum Wall Thickness: 0.8 mm

Minimum Details Size: 2 mm (for text/ hole diameters etc)

Layer Thickness: 0.05 mm – 0.1 mm

Max Dimensions:  1700*800*600 mm

Surface Finish: Ultra Smooth Surface




  • Strength
  • Durability
  • Heat Resistance
  • Chemical Resistance
  • Impact Resistance
  • Versatility
  • Detail Precision
  • Malleability
  • Cost-Effectiveness



  • Functional testing prototypes
  • Car Dashboards, interior trims, and exterior parts
  • Visual prototypes
  • Pipes and Fittings
  • Door liners and handles
  • Medical Devices