Recreus Filaflex Black - Sample 50g

Filament samples for testing

  • Extremely elastic
  • High adhesion to the printing bed
  • Odourless
  • Solvent-proof
  • £7.20 (£14.40 / 100 g)

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Item no.: 3DJ-S-REC-FF-Black-175, Content: 50 g

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  • Extremely elastic
  • High adhesion to the printing bed
  • Odourless
  • Solvent-proof

Product information & technical details

Item no.: 3DJ-S-REC-FF-Black-175
Manufacturer No.: S-REC-FF-Black-175
Manufacturers: Recreus
Content: 50 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm , 2,85 mm
Product Line: Filaflex
Product types: Filament Samples
Filament colour: Black
Net weight: 50 g , 250 g

Description

Filaflex is an elastic filament for 3D printers. The material consists of TPE and some additives to make it printable for 3D printing.

Filaflex has incredible elasticity. Now you can, for example, create your own shoes at home.

Filaflex differs from solid filament used for 3D printers. With the proper configuration, however, it is compatible with almost any printer.

More information

Recommendations when using the filaments for 3D printers without a Recreus extruder:

  • Print speed 20 mm/s
  • Pressure temperature approximately 240 °C.
  • No retraction (of the filament)
  • Increase flow of material up to 105 -115%
  • Direct Drive extruder (Bowden Extruders may by more problematic)

No heated bed required.

For experienced users.

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