Below is a guide describing the different attributes of different filaments. Might I suggest possibly polycarbonate or nylon. ABS is brittle and breaks easily. It is very prone to warping. Nylon and PC are prone to warping as well but for different reasons which are more easily manageable than ABS. Both Nylon and PC will require hotends that can reach pretty high temperatures, and ABS needs an environment to be heated. Making just controlling one factor, the hotends, much easier to deal with. Also, PC and Nylon have some flexibility in them once printed whereas ABS is more brittle and not as strong.
We only have 2 printers that would be able to do those materials and the better of the 2 would be the Qidi X Max. The Qidi’s build area is 300x250x300 mm.
The other printer would be the TAZ and its build area is 298x275x250 mm. The TAZ does have the ability to print 2 filaments into one print. This can come in handy should you have a file that may need supports in an area that you would be unable to remove them from. You would just use a filament called HIPS or ASA. These two filaments are able to be dissolved in water so there would be no need to physically remove the supports making post-processing that much easier.
If you need a larger build area to print to. Our printer with the largest build area is the CR-10s. The one that was housed in the wooden laser cut enclosure before the renovation. Its build area is 300x300x400 mm. However, it has the stock hotend on it and would need to be upgraded to print at higher temps.
I may have an all-metal hotend here or there may be a way to upgrade it from the parts that are at the shop. I didn’t really look that much into it.
Hope this helps you out some. Feel free to continue bouncing questions off me if you have more. As promised here’s the link to the filament guide.