Push Plastic Filaments
Push Plastic is manufactured in Arkansas, USA and many would argue it's a higher quality filament than Hatchbox.
ASA (Acrylonitirle Styrene Acrylate) 3D Printing Filament
ASA filament made from premium UV-resistant resin
Printed parts made from this material offer exceptional UV-stability making it a great choice for outdoor applications
- ASA also exhibits excellent mechanical and thermal properties
-Manufactured in the USA using premium ASA resin. This material is a great substitute for normal ABS when resistance to outdoor exposure is needed.
-Manufactured from 100% virgin resin and then spooled onto 750 gram reels, the filament is then vacuum-sealed with desiccant.
-Made in 1.75mm and 2.85mm diameters, this filament will convert anyone who prints with normal ABS!
Recommended Print Conditions:
- Extruder Temp: 230-240°C
- Bed Temp: 80-110C C
Push Plastic ASA
We currently have limited stock on hand as we work to build up our inventory. If we do not have your items in stock, they will be shipped to you directly from Push Plastic.
Last summer, after being an Authorized Hatchbox Reseller for over a year, we tried to place a large order with Hatchbox. It took several days for Hatchbox to verify Inventory (They have no inventory system in place, they literally go out to the warehouse and look around to see what they have). When they finally did verify their inventory, they sent us a new reseller agreement, that was 14 pages of paranoia.
This agrement contained clauses that would prevent us from ever selling any other filament, or doing business with anyone in the filament industry what so ever (which would mean most 3D Printer manufacturers, and our good friends at Proto-Pasta), or doing any of our own branding. We tried to work with Hatchbox on this, but they were only willing to make one revision, and it wasn't much of an improvment. They refused to sell us any more filament until we signed this agreement, which we could not do in good faith.
So we are now offering Push Plastic filament, which is extruded in the US and is widely considered to be higher quality than Hatchbox. While it is a little more expensive, we hope that everyone will be happy with the change.