Recreus Reciflex Black

Filament made from 100% recycled materials

  • Sustainable
  • Excellent mechanical properties
  • Easy processing
  • Resistant to solvents
  • £27.95 (£3.73 / 100 g)

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Item no.: REC-RECIFLEXBLACK175750, Content: 750 g

EAN: 8435424803173

  • Sustainable
  • Excellent mechanical properties
  • Easy processing
  • Resistant to solvents
1.75 mm / 750 g: £27.95 (£3.73 / 100 g)
2.85 mm / 750 g: £27.95 (£3.73 / 100 g)
1.75 mm / 3000 g: £107.10 (£3.57 / 100 g)
2.85 mm / 3000 g: £107.10 (£3.57 / 100 g)

Product information & technical details

Manufacturer No.: RECIFLEXBLACK175750
Manufacturers: Recreus
Content: 750 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Shore Hardness : A96
Product types: Flexible Filaments
Filament colour: Black
Net weight: 750 g, 3000 g
Recommended processing temperature: 220 - 235 °C
Recommended heating temperature: 50 - 60 ° C


Reciflex is a flexible TPU filament made from 100% recycled materials. It consists of waste from the shoe industry and Recreus' internal production processes.

Although it is made from recycled materials, it is characterised by excellent mechanical properties and good solvent resistance with an exceptional quality standard. In addition, it is easy to print and compatible with many printers on the market.

Reciflex TPU is only available in black as the black pigment is added once all of the recycled colours have been mixed to homogenise the product and give it a final solid, glossy black colour.

Due to its origin as a recycled material, the hardness of the filament is between Shore 96A and Shore 98A.

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