Pxmalion Flexible TPU 3D Printers Filament, 1.75mm, Black, Accuracy +/- 0.05mm, Net Weight 1KG(2.2LB), Compatible with Most 3D Printers

Features:

– Flexible in nature. It can bend easily without any effect on the design, strength and durability.
– Have the ability to adhere well to most surfaces such as glass, aluminum, kapton tape, and blue painters tape.
– Resistant to oil, grease and abrasions.
– TPU is also a good material to be used in the outer cases of mobile devices such as tablets and phones.

Specifications:

– Material : Rep-Flex TPU – Vacuumed Sealed with desiccant
– Color: Black
– Weight: Filament net weight 1 KG (approximately 2.20 lbs)
– Diameter: 1.75mm (+/- 0.03mm)
– Roundness: 1.75mm (+/- 0.03mm)
– Recommended extruder temperature: 210 – 230°C
– Recommended platform temperature: 30 – 40°C

Package Content:

1x Pxmalion 1.75mm Flexible(TPU) Filament

Product Features

  • Material: Flexible TPU; Color: Black; Net Weight: 1KG(2.2LB); No bubbles, dust and dirt free;
  • TPU flexible filament is a soft bendable plastic that retains its shape and form.
  • Thickness 1.75mm; Diameter tolerance: +/-0.03mm, the stability control is highly assured;
  • Can print prototypes or 3D parts that require the need to bend while still maintaining the original shape.
  • Comes in vacuum sealed plastic bag and Pxmalion Customized Package Box with user- friendly opening;

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2 comments

  • Anonymous

    Decent product, not nearly as flexible as I expected, but perhaps my expectations were wrong. I’m reasonably happy with this stuff, but it isn’t nearly as flexible as I expected. Perhaps my exceptions were just wrong of TPU? I thought I would get something similar to rubber, but this more like squishy plastic (I guess that’s exactly what it is!) I was using it to print tires for RC airplanes and cars, and they have zero traction. Plastic tires would work just as well. They are technically “flexible” when compared to PLA, but they aren’t exactly “squishy”…