Recreus 70A Filaflex Clear Ultra-Soft

Very elastic filament in transparent

  • High adhesive strength
  • Heating bed not required
  • Resistant to acetone, gasoline & solvents
  • £42.35 (£8.47 / 100 g)

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Delivery on Monday, 28 June: Order before Thursday at 10:00.

Colour:
  • Recreus 70A Filaflex Clear Ultra-Soft
  • Recreus 70A Filaflex Black Ultra-Soft
  • Recreus 70A Filaflex White Ultra-Soft
  • Recreus 70A Filaflex Red Ultra-Soft
  • Recreus 70A Filaflex Navy Blue Ultra-Soft
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Item no.: REC-70AFCLEAR175500, Content: 500 g

EAN: 8435424802909

  • High adhesive strength
  • Heating bed not required
  • Resistant to acetone, gasoline & solvents

Product information & technical details

Item no.: REC-70AFCLEAR175500
Manufacturer No.: 70AFCLEAR175500
Manufacturers: Recreus
Content: 500 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Shore Hardness : A70
Product Line: Filaflex
Product types: Flexible Filaments
Filament colour: Transparent
Net weight: 500 g
Recommended processing temperature: 210 - 230 °C
Recommended heating temperature: Not required

Description

The FilaFlex Ultra-Soft by Recreus is an elastic, 3D printer filament.

The new polyurethane-based TPE with a few additives has been specially developed for 3D printing. FilaFlex has incredible elasticity.

Properties:

  • High adhesion to the printing bed
  • Heating bed not required
  • Resistant to acetone, gasoline & solvents

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