ABS (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) has been a common 3D printing filament for many years. When printed correctly it will produce a very strong piece.
To print correctly requires a heatbed temperature around 100C, and an enclosure that keeps all airflow at bay. The hotend temperature should be in the range of 230 to 260C.
ABS has been falling out of favor of e-NABLErs since many printers affordable by hobbyists aren’t fully enclosed, nor can the easily reach the high temperatures required.