Fiberlogy FiberFlex 30D Blue

Highly flexible material in blue

  • Shore hardness D30
  • High impact resistance
  • Very flexible
  • Good thermal resistance
  • £37.55 (£4.42 / 100 g)

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Colour:
  • Fiberlogy FiberFlex 30D White
  • Fiberlogy FiberFlex 30D Beige
  • Fiberlogy FiberFlex 30D Yellow
  • Fiberlogy FiberFlex 30D Orange
  • Fiberlogy FiberFlex 30D Red
  • Fiberlogy FiberFlex 30D Pink
  • Fiberlogy FiberFlex 30D Blue
  • Fiberlogy FiberFlex 30D Grey
  • Fiberlogy FiberFlex 30D Graphite
  • Fiberlogy FiberFlex 30D Black

Diameter: 1.75 mm

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Item no.: FL-F30-BLUE-175-085, Content: 850 g

EAN: 5902560990843

  • Shore hardness D30
  • High impact resistance
  • Very flexible
  • Good thermal resistance

Product information & technical details

Item no.: FL-F30-BLUE-175-085
Manufacturer No.: F30-BLUE-175-085
Manufacturers: Fiberlogy
Content: 850 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm
Shore Hardness : D30
Product types: Flexible Filaments
Filament colour: Blue
Net weight: 850 g
Recommended processing temperature: 200 - 220 °C
Recommended heating temperature: 50 - 70 ° C

Description

Another alternative to the FiberFlex 40D for lovers of printing rubber-like materials. The Fiberlogy FiberFlex 30D is characterized by a reduced hardness of 30D on the Shore scale, excellent flexibility and higher impact resistance.

The material is especially recommended for printing tires, gaskets, straps and all kinds of elastic/flexible elements.

Properties:

  • Shore hardness D30
  • High impact resistance at low temperatures
  • Very good thermal and chemical resistance

Questions & Answers about Fiberlogy FiberFlex 30D Blue

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  • Hi i am new to 3d printing and i want to try to using flexible filament i'm using Cura for slicing 3d models what setting would be best for fiber flex 30D to get the best print

    1 Answer, last answered on 11 September 2020

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