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Filament Zortrax Z-ASA Pro 1,75mm 800g Rouge

Filament Zortrax Z-ASA Pro 1,75mm 800g Rouge
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The Zortrax Z-ASA Pro filament is a durable 3D printing filament designed to withstand adverse environments, extending the life of your 3D printed models. This material is highly resistant to various weather conditions and UV light, making it ideal for outdoor applications. The Zortrax Z-ASA Pro ensures that your 3D models will not change color or physical characteristics, even after many outdoor tests. The high temperature resistance makes it possible to test models under direct sunlight without risk of deformation and bleaching. The Z-ASA Pro filament is also suitable for accurate 3D printing of large models due to low warping and shrinking. The filament is available in several colors.



Compatible with


Available colors

Pure white

Yellow Blue



Pure black









Examples of 3D printed models

with Zortrax filament Z-ASA Pro










The optimal temperature of 3D printing





Z-PLA Pro  205 - 210 °C 30 - 40 °C
Z-ABS 260 - 280 °C 80 °C
Z-HIPS 240 - 260 °C 80 °C
Z-ULTRAT 240 - 260 °C 80 °C
Z-ASA Pro 240 - 260 °C 65 °C
Z-PETG 225 - 255 °C 30 °C
Z-ESD 270 - 290 °C 70 °C
Z-GLASS 240 - 260 °C 30 °C
Z-PCABS 280 - 290 °C 85 °C
Z-FLEX 220 - 240 °C 50 °C
Z-NYLON 250 - 270 °C 85 °C


* This information is given as an indication, provided by the manufacturer. Nozzle and heatbed temperatures may vary depending on the 3D printer used.














  • Models tested outdoors
  • Objects required to be resistant to the changing weather conditions
  • Objects required to be resistant to the UV light
  • Functional outdoor prototyping
  • Large-scale models
  • Automotive parts











Features of material



The ASA (acrylonitrile styrene acrylate) filament is a thermoplastic terpolymer material similar to ABS. The difference between these two materials at the structural level is that ASA uses an acrylic elastomer and ABS a butadiene elastomer. ASA is known to be stronger than ABS to the impacts even after being exposed to long periods of time in the open air, rain, cold and salt water.


 ASA contains Styrene, which is emitted during melting in the form of fine particles, which can be dangerous for people with respiratory disorders and whose effects on humans are little known. As a precaution, we recommend you to use careened and filtered 3D printers in order to print in ABS, in dedicated empty spaces or spacious and ventilated place. Otherwise, please consider using the PLA filament, which does not present any known danger for the man until this day.









Technical specifications



Properties Metric Imperial ISO Standard

Flexural modulus

1.36 GPa

197 ksi

ISO 178:2011

Izod Impact, Notched

3.81 kJ/m2

1.81 ft-lb/in2

ISO 180:2004

Glass Transition Temperature

80.99 °C

178 °F

ISO 11357-3:2014

Shore Hardness (D)

68.0 68.0

ISO 868:1998









Content of the order


     • 1 Spool of Z-ASA Pro filament Red