Best ABS Filament Manufacturer in the US

Monofilament Direct manufactures ABS filaments from the USA. We create premium filaments from high-quality resins to ensure consistent rolls of filament for you. Check out our available  ABS filament product varieties:

1.75mm ABS

1KG ABS Spools

2.25KG ABS Spools

4.5KG ABS Spools

2.85mm ABS

1KG ABS Spools

2.25KG ABS Spools

4.5KG ABS Spools

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ABS Filaments for Durable 3D Prints

We produce ABS Filaments for 3D printing using 100% virgin resins to provide the best quality filament. From raw material sourcing, manufacturing, and storage, our filament production follows careful procedures in order to produce consistent and fail-proof filament products.

At Monofilament DIrect, we want our brand to be a trusted brand for every 3D printer user. Our filaments go through stringent manufacturing procedures to ensure the best quality.

Monofilament Direct ABS Printing Specifications

Printing Temperature:230- 260°C
Bed Temperature:100°C
Bed Surface Material:Textured PEI, Kapton Tape, Glass

How to Select the Right ABS Filament?

Filament Diameter

We offer both 1.75 mm and 2.85 mm ABS filament to offer compatibility for all 3D printers.

Monofilament Direct 1.75 mm ABS filaments are suited to most 3D printers, while the 2.85 mm ABS is compatible with Ultimaker and Lulzbot Printers.

Spool Weight

Monofilament Direct provides various filament spool weights to accommodate for varied applications and users. We offer spools from 1kg, 2.5 kg, to 4.5 kg. You can contact us for   wholesale and bulk orders.

1 kg (2.2 lbs) 1.75 mm ABS 1 kg (2.2 lbs) 2.85 mm ABS
2.5 kg (5 lbs) 1.75 mm ABS2.5 kg (5 lbs) 2.85 mm ABS
4.5 kg (10 lbs) 1.75 mm ABS4.5 kg (10 lbs) 2.85 mm ABS

ABS Filament Color Selection

We provide 3D ABS filaments in various colors in both 1.75 and 2.85 mm:












ABS Filament Guide: Tips for 3D Printing with ABS

What is ABS?

ABS, which stands for Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS), is a thermoplastic material commonly used in injection molding for various products like product enclosures, toys, and other consumer goods. 

ABS, along with PLA, is the most commonly used 3D printer filament. In fact, ABS adapted as one of the earliest filaments to be printed with. This is because it is a common material which is affordable, recyclable and durable.

How to Print ABS

#1 Temperature

#2 Enclosure

#3 Bed adhesion

#4 Cooling

Why Print ABS?

You would likely want to print your projects with ABS when you need durability, chemical resistance and temperature resistance. WIth these benefits, ABS is a better material for functional printing projects. 

As compared to PLA, ABS has better properties that can work well on practical conditions. Here are some of the ABS and PLA properties:




Max. Working Temperature



Glass Transition Temperature




1.04 g/cm3

1.24g/ cm3

Ultimate Strength

40 MPa

65 MPa

Izod Impact Strength

34 J/m

26 J/m

Ideally, PLA can endure a higher load, as its ultimate strength is at 65 MPa. However, ABS is more durable in other parameters, as it resists impact better, and it has better temperature and chemical resistance. This makes ABS a better material for projects that need durability.

Since ABS has a working temperature higher than PLA, ABS can be a better material for prints that could be exposed to temperatures from 50°C or above.

Density is also a notable difference between PLA and ABS. If a printed part will be printed in both materials, the ABS material will be lighter, yet more durable. This can be useful for printing prototypes (e.g. drone parts, RC vehicles and planes, etc.)

Why Print with ABS: Benefits & Advantages

Extremely Durable

High Temperature Resistance

Strong Electrical Resistance

Tougher & Lighter

When to use ABS Filament?

Despite the difficulty in printing ABS, this material’s advantages provides an advantage with some 3D printed projects.

Practical Home/ DIY Projects

Fully Assembled 3D Printed Wrench by barspin

3D Printer Upgrades/ Improvements

Satsana Ender 3 Fan Duct by eric-anastas

Product Enclosures/ Electronics cases

Anet A8 Electronics Case by c_wolsey

Car/ Dashboard Accessories

Vent Cup Holder by Gryphe

FAQ about ABS

Most frequent questions and answers
Is ABS Filament toxic?

ABS Filament gives out fumes when being printed, which gives off the chemical Styrene. These fumes give out the unpleasant odor of burning plastic. Having in contact with ABS fumes can cause irritation to the eyes, skin respiratory tracts, as well as dizziness and headaches. 

Before printing with ABS, make sure that your printer is enclosed, and your print environment is well-ventilated. 

Does ABS filament absorb moisture?

3D printer filaments, including ABS filament, are hygroscopic materials, meaning they tend to absorb moisture from the air. 

According to Omnexus, ABS can absorb 0.05% to 1.80% (by weight) of moisture. However, ABS is less sensitive to moisture than other materials, such as Nylon, PVA, and other exotic materials.

Where to buy ABS Filament?

You can explore our shop to purchase ABS filaments, available in the continental USA! We have a complete variety of ABS filaments in 1.75 mm or 2.85 mm. 

We cater to regular spools (1 kg), as well as large spools in 2.5 kg and 4.5 kg. You can also contact us for bulk purchases, contract manufacturing, and private labeling.

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