Our flexible filament will allow you to print flexible parts with a certain degree of elasticity and obtain parts with different qualities depending on the way you print it. If thin-walled and / or low-fill parts are printed, they will deform as long as some force is applied to them, returning to their original shape when finished. On the contrary, if they are printed with a high percentage of filling, we will get rigid, needing to apply a great force to deform them; this makes it suitable to resist impacts and vibrations in mechanical parts.
You do not need a warm bed.
The use of 3D printing lacquers is recommended.
Slow print speeds ˜ 20mm / s are recommended
|Density :||0,96 g/cm³ (23°C)|
|Melt Index :||-|
|Melting Point :||165°C|
|Dscomposition Temperature :||220°C~260°C|
|Printed Recommended Temperature :||200±10°C|
|Impact Resistence :||-|
|Tolerance :||1,75±0,03 / 3,00±0,05|