colorFabb nGen_FLEX Black

Semi-flexible copolyester in Black

  • Chemical resistant
  • High temperature resistance
  • Easy to print
  • £33.48 £37.20 -10%(£5.15 / 100 g)

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Dispatch on 11.08.2021

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Item no.: CF-8719033555716, Content: 650 g

EAN: 8719033555716

  • Chemical resistant
  • High temperature resistance
  • Easy to print

Product information & technical details

Item no.: CF-8719033555716
Manufacturer No.: 8719033555716
Manufacturers: colorFabb
Content: 650 g
Discount : 10% & more
Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Shore Hardness : A95
Product types: Flexible Filaments
Filament colour: Black
Net weight: 650 g
Recommended processing temperature: 240 - 260 °C
Recommended heating temperature: 80 °C

Description

ColorFabb nGen_FLEX was enhanced using a new elastomer to increase the range of applications.
The material can also be printed with Bowden extruders. (For example: Ultimaker 2)

nGen_FLEX is a semi-flexible filament with excellent printability. It has a shore hardness of 95.

The printed models' flexibility can be influenced by the user through adjusting the dimensions of the infill and wall thickness accordingly.

nGen_FLEX is an industrial plastic and stands for high durability and good adhesion.
The material is chemically resistant and up to 121 ° C temperature resistant.

We recommend using BuildTak with a heated board (80 °C) or similar adhesion aids for printing with nGen_FLEX.

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