ASA (with Spool) - White

Item #: BAM-B01-W0-1.75-1000-spl
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    About This Item

    Product Features

    • 1 kilogram of ASA
    • Extraordinary UV Resistance
    • Exceptional Temperature Resistance
    • High Impact Strength and Durability
    • Outdoor Use for Long-Term Purpose
    • Comes with High Temperature Reusable Spool
    • Diameter: 1.75mm +/- 0.03mm

    Cautions for Use

    • AMS Compatible
    • Enclosure Printers Required

    Bambu ASA

    Bambu ASA is a highly durable material that offers exceptional UV, weather, mechanical, and thermal resistance. Its unique combination of properties makes it an ideal material for printing outdoor models (plant signs, mailboxes, wind vanes, etc.) and structural parts that require long-term exposure to challenging outdoor conditions.

    Extraordinary Weather & UV Resistance

    Bambu ASA offers extraordinary UV, oxidation, and aging resistance, providing effective protection against breakage and color degradation when used outdoors for long-term purposes.

    Tough and Durable

    Suitable for outdoor applications and regular structural requirements due to its toughness and high impact strength.

    Better Temperature Resistance

    Compared to normal PETG or ABS, Bambu ASA can remain in shape even at a temperature of 100°C.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    1. What's the difference between ABS and ASA?

    ABS - acrylonitrile - butadiene - styrene

    ASA - acrylonitrile - styrene - acrylate

    ASA is a modified version of ABS that contains an additional acrylate component, which improves its weather adaptability and UV resistance.

    ASA retains the impact resistance and processability of ABS while providing better resistance to fading, yellowing, and degradation from sunlight exposure. Both of them may release pungent and unpleasant odors during printing, but the pungent odor of ASA is notably lighter than ABS.

    2. What is the difference applications between ABS and ASA?

    ASA is ideal for outdoor applications, such as automotive exterior parts, signage, and outdoor equipment, thanks to its enhanced weather resistance and color stability. ABS is a versatile material with excellent mechanical properties that is commonly used for indoor applications.

    3. What are the similarities between ABS and ASA?

    In terms of physical and mechanical properties, both exhibit good impact resistance and high tensile strength, with almost the same levels of strength, toughness, and stiffness. Both ABS and ASA may release pungent and unpleasant odors during printing and the same warping tendency and enclosed printer requirement when printing large-size and/or high infill density models.

    Parameters Comparison

    Learn more different filaments comparison on Bambu Filament Guide




    Price / kg





    acrylonitrile - butadiene - styrene

    acrylonitrile - styrene - acrylate


    Hotend Compatibility

    All Size/Material

    Build Plate Compatibility

    Engineering Plate, High Temperature Plate, Textuerd PEI Plate

    AMS Compatibility





    Bambu Liqud Glue/Glue Stick

    Bambu Liqud Glue/Glue Stick

    Glue Stick

    Dry Out Before Use




    Odor During Printing

    Pungent odor

    Relatively lighter pungent odor

    Light phenol-flavored odor

    Toughness (Impact Strength - XY)

    39.3 kJ/m²

    41.0 kJ/m²

    34.8 kJ/m²

    Strength (Bending Strength - XY)

    62 MPa

    65 MPa

    108 MPa

    Stiffness (Bending Modulus - XY)

    1880 MPa

    1920 MPa

    2310 MPa

    Layer Adhesion (Impact Strength - Z)

    7.4 kJ/m²

    4.9 kJ/m²

    9.0 kJ/m²

    Heat Resistant(HDT, 0.45 MPa)

    87 ℃

    100 ℃

    117 ℃

    Saturated Water Absorption Rate / % (25 °C,55% RH)




    RFID for Intelligent Printing

    All printing parameters are embedded in RFID, which can be read through our AMS (Automatic Material System).

    Load and print! No more tedious setting steps.


    Printing Tips

    • Pungent and unpleasant odors may be released during printing. Make sure your printer is placed in a well-ventilated area.

    • Recommended to dry out before use to get higher printing quality and the recommended drying condition is 80 ℃ for 8 hours in a blast drying oven, or 100 ℃ for 12 hours on a printer's heatbed. For more details please refer to: Filament drying cover on WIKI.

    • ASA is prone to warping when printing large size and/or high infill density model. To avoid warping: 1) Not recommemded to print too large size and/or high infill density models. 2) Use enclosure printers and ensure the build plate is properly glued before printing. 3) Set lower printing speed and higher heatbed temperature. For more details please refer to: Common print quality problems and solutions on WIKI.

    Recommended Printing Settings

    Drying Settings (Blast Drying Oven)

    80 °C,8 h

    Printing and Keeping Container's Humidity

    < 20% RH (Sealed, with Desiccant)

    Nozzle Temperature

    240 - 270 °C

    Bed Temperature (with Glue)

    80 - 100 °C

    Printing Speed

    < 250 mm/s

    Physical Properties


    1.05 g/cm³

    Vicar Softening Temperature

    106 °C

    Heat Deflection Temperature

    100 °C

    Melting Temperature

    210 °C

    Melt Index

    7.0 ± 0.8 g/10 min

    Mechanical Properties

    Tensile Strength

    37 ± 3 MPa

    Breaking Elongation Rate

    9.2 ± 1.4 %

    Bending Modulus

    1920 ± 130 MPa

    Bending Strength

    65 ± 5 MPa

    Impact Strength

    41.0 ± 2.3 kJ/m²

    1 x Filament with Spool*1 & Desiccant

    1 x Package*1

    1 x Filament Label*1