For printing with ABS, the first layer sticking to the bed is more difficult than with PLA. With adhesion and warping issues resolved though, ABS prints extremely easily: it is forgiving with strings/retraction, extrusion rates, and bridges. Nonetheless, this introductory problem scares off many users, so take our advice and use some ABS/Acetone solution to solve the problem!

In this video, Ryan covers how to make and apply ABS “Juice” (as some have coined it) on your 3D printer.

Feel free to leave a comment on the video, in the comments below, or even on our web forum! Let us know how the guide works for you and if there are any tips or tricks you have for us.