SemiFlex TPU 3D Printing Filament – 3mm .75kg – WATER




Semi Flex 3D printing filament boasts flexibility, strength and reliability for your 3D printing projects. The slightly more rigid composition vs traditional NinjaFlex allows for increased tensile strength. In some cases the more rigid composition supports ease of printing in certain printers. Suggested Applications:&snap-fit parts, high resolution text, active hinges KEY FEATURES: Shore Hardness = 98A 600% elongation provides significant flexibility 75% greater tensile strength the most flexible products; 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 most build platform materials (painter tape can help) REACH and RoHS 2002/95/EC Directive compliant PRINTING GUIDELINES: Extruder Temperature:&nabs; 225°C – 235°C Platform Temperature: 80°C – 110°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)&nabs; Layer 2+ use cooling fan if available.

Product Features

  • 600% elongation provides significant flexibility
  • 75% greater tensile strength vs most flexible products
  • Shore Hardness = 98A
  • Suggested Applications: snap-fit parts, high resolution text, active hinges
  • Patented low friction exterior allows for smooth feeding

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2 comments

  • Anonymous

    I love this filament. I’m using a FlashForge Creator Pro and did not need to downlload the upgraded extruder piece another user recommended to make this filament work (I’ve been able to successfully print with regular NinjaFlex without the attachment as well). Not sure if that’s because the printer, which I got for Christmas, now has plastic tubing guides to help guide the filament from the spools into the extruder, or if I’ve just been very lucky. I’ve printed out AppleTV remote bumpers and…

  • Anonymous

    After spending hours and hours trying to print NinjaFlex reliably, I finally gave up as it was just too much work.SemiFlex on the other hand prints beautifully but what’s the point? NinjaFlex has enough perfect properties to be used in certain cases but it just doesn’t print, SemiFlex I would say is the same as Nylon but of course this is a TPE, I really don’t see any practical applications for SemiFlex apart from it just being used for Toys and stuff.Fenner Drives needs to…

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