Recreus Conductive Filaflex Black

Flexible, electrically conductive TPU filament


  • Flexible
  • Conductive
  • 92A Shore hardness
  • £44.70 (£8.94 / 100 g)

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Dispatch on 30.08.2021 - Pre-order possible

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Item no.: REC-FFXCONDUCTIVEBLACK285500, Content: 500 g

EAN: 8435424803302

  • Flexible
  • Conductive
  • 92A Shore hardness

Product information & technical details

Manufacturer No.: FFXCONDUCTIVEBLACK285500
Manufacturers: Recreus
Content: 500 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Shore Hardness : A92
Product Line: Filaflex
Product types: Flexible Filaments
Filament colour: Black
Net weight: 500 g
Recommended processing temperature: 245 - 250 °C
Recommended heating temperature: 50 - 60 ° C


Conductive Filaflex is a flexible, electrically conductive TPU filament that is ideal for making conductive parts and portable devices.

It has a Shore hardness of 92A and an electrical resistance of approx. 3.9 Ω-cm. To ensure the functions of the material in certain projects, it must be taken into account that the resistance changes depending on the print.

For the successful use of Conductive Filaflex in electronic applications, the electrical resistance of the circuit must always be taken into account. It is also important to note that this material is designed for low current applications.

Using Conductive Filaflex

  • Electrically conductive circuits (flexible electronics, electromagnetic signal isolation, pressure-sensitive buttons)
  • User interfaces for computers, joysticks, Arduinos, digital keyboards, trackpads
  • Wearable Electronics (3D printing on textiles)
  • Trace printing for LEDs
  • Surface electrodes, stimulation currents or medical devices (e.g. electrocardiogram plasters)

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