Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS+) ranks as the second most popular 3D printer filament, after PLA. But that just means it’s the second most commonly used. With respect to its material properties, ABS+ is actually moderately superior to PLA, despite being slightly more difficult to print with. It’s for this reason that ABS+ is found in many manufactured household and consumer goods, including LEGO bricks and bicycle helmets! Products made of ABS+ boast high durability and a capacity to withstand high temperatures about 220to260°C, but 3D printer enthusiasts should be mindful of the filament’s high printing temperature, tendency to warp during cooling, and intense fumes. Be sure to print with a heating bed, and in a well-ventilated space.we proudly say this ABS+ is inspire you to print mechanical parts more and print with this ABS+. generally print 240/100 c.