A 3D printed assembly fixture holds electronic components.

ABS-ESD7

Build static-dissipative 3D printed parts

For applications where a static charge could damage components, impair performance, or cause an explosion, FDM Technology offers ABS-ESD7 static-dissipative thermoplastic.

Engineers and designers can use FDM parts confidently to create jigs and fixtures for assembling electronic components. Functional prototypes for fuel storage and delivery products also benefit from static dissipation.

3D Printing With ABS-ESD7

On the Fortus 400mcFortus 380mc/450mc and Fortus 900mc 3D Production Systems, ABS-ESD7 lets electronics manufacturers expand the use of 3D printing onto the assembly line. Static dissipation also makes the material ideal for applications in the presence of powders, dust and mist that might otherwise be attracted to a plastic part.

ABS-ESD7 standard FDM thermoplastic works with soluble support technology, so support removal is hands-free and complex parts require no extra effort.

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Hard Drive Workstation

Electronics applications benefit from ESD7 static dissipation.

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Hard Drive Workstation

Static Dissipative Fixture

This hard drive fixture was 3D printed with ABS-ESD7 material.

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Static Dissipative Fixture

ABS-ESD7 Spec Sheet

ABS-ESD7 Spec Sheet

Check out the mechanical, thermal, electrical and other properties of ABS-ESD7.