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FILAFLEX 95A - Easy to Print Flexible TPU 3D Printing Material US, 500gm, 1.75mm

FILAFLEX 95A - Easy to Print Flexible TPU 3D Printing Material US, 500gm, 1.75mm

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The Filaflex 95A ‘Medium-Flex’ is the perfect filament for converts to flexible printing. It’s a semi-flexible elastic filament, compatible with all 3D printers on the market, including those with a bowden extruder (with tube).


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Filaflex 95A, 'Medium-Flex', is an elastic TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane) filament, semi-flexible and very easy to print.

It has a 95A shore hardness, reaching up to 500% stretch before breaking. After stretching, it returns to its original shape, without deforming or breaking, presenting excellent mechanical properties.

The flexible filaments of the Filaflex range have great print bed adhesion, so they don't need a heated bed, blue tape, Kapton tape, lacquer or any other spray adhesive.

What's more, they are odorless and resistant to solvents, acetone and fuel.

Its printing requires different guidelines to rigid filaments. Your 3D printer needs to be properly configured.

How to get started with Filaflex? First of all, we recommend this article on how to print with flexible materials written by Steve Wood of Gyrobot.


Filaflex 95A is non-toxic and may come in contact with the skin. Consult for medical or food use. Ideas to get you started:

– Insoles: orthotic insoles.

– Prostheses and models of organs: prosthetic arms and hands, organs for simulation of surgical operations, etc.

– Flexible objects and parts for manufacturing and the automotive industry: stoppers, joints, tyres, grippers, etc.

– Textile parts and accessories: textile garments, fabrics, prints on garments, bags, earrings, etc.

– Footwear: soles, shoes, sandals, slippers, etc.



Basic Print Settings to get started:

Print temperature: 215-250 °C.
Print speed: 20-70 mm/s.
Diameter tolerance: 0.03 mm.
Retraction speed: 20-100 mm/s at a distance of 3.5-6 mm/s (optimal 5.2 mm/s).
Travel speed: 160-200 mm/s.
Layer height: 0.08-0.3 (for 0.4 mm nozzles). Optimal results 0.2 mm.


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