NinjaFlex TPU 3D Printing Filament – 1.75mm .5kg – EMERALD

NinjaFlex flexible filament leads the industry thanks to its superior flexibility and longevity compared to non-polyurethane materials. Its consistency in diameter and orality (roundness) outpaces other polyurethane materials. Made from a specially formulated thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) material, this patented technology boasts a low-tack, easy-to-feed texture. The result is uniquely flexible, strong prints ideal for direct-drive extruders. Suggested Applications: Seals, gaskets, plugs, leveling feet, protective applications. KEY FEATURES: Polyurethane composition allows for excellent vibration reduction Patented low friction exterior allows for smooth feeding Consistent diameter and material properties providing reliable, high quality prints Chemical resistant to many materials, including naphtha, ASTM Oils #1-3, petroleum and Freon Adheres to all standard build platforms without glue or tape REACH and RoHS 2002/95/EC Directive compliantPRINTING GUIDELINES: Extruder Temperature:&nabs; 225°C – 235°C Platform Temperature:&Room temperature – 40°C Glue and/ or blue painters tape is suggested if not using a heated bed. Print Speed:&nabs; Top and bottom layers: 10-20 mm/ sec (600-1200 mm/ min) Infill speeds: 15-35 mm/ sec (900-2100 mm/ min) Layer 2+ use cooling fan if available.

Product Features

  • Truly flexible – no fill or layer manipulation required to achieve performance
  • 660% elongation allows for repeated movement & impact without wear or cracking
  • Excellent vibration reduction
  • Shore Hardness = 85A
  • Suggested Applications: Seals, gaskets, plugs, leveling feet, protective applications

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  1. Worth the cost and effort I was a little bit wary of trying this, especially as I have only been 3D Printing for a month, but decided it had potential and decided to take the plunge.Firstly, I should say that it is VERY soft – even more than I had imagined – think well-cooked spaghetti.That meant, for me at least, all kinds of problems getting it to feed. After doing some research and gathering up my courage to disassemble my print head, I modified the feed assembly with a part downloaded from…

  2. big fan LOVE IT> super strong, very flexible, easy to print, good price and consistent. The company is also good to work with.I suggest 235-245 degrees, 30mm speed. LOW humidity ( i store mine with descant bags), Big nozzles dia. also helps. ( i drilled mine out with a 3/32″ drill bit)I use a lot of it. Its strong enough i printed myself several belts.. and run them through the wash still on my pants.Warning- it doesn’t work with all printers. It is flexible so it is like…

  3. Fun stuff, lots of interesting applications. OK, I have to give this 5 stars but it’s not perfect. But, the give and takes are a balance. This is an ‘Expert’ material for a reason. 3D printing the softest rubber is an amazing feat on a consumer-level machine (I’m on a Taz 6 with the Flexystruder v2 head). Any softer and you need to print molds and pour.This material has to print slow and you have to design your print carefully. You aren’t going to get amazing detail with it, but it is quite cool and fun. Doesn’t smell…

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