1kg of FlexiSMART TPU special flexible filament for 3d printing
Revolutionary flexible filament designed to be easy to use
Compatible with FFF 3d printers.
Available on both diameters: 1.75mm and 2.85 mm.
Manufactured, packaged and stored according to the highest quality standards.
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Flexible: FlexiSMART is made from a flexible and elastic thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) that allows the printed parts with this material to deform and recover its original shape. FlexiSMART opens new possibilities as it allows printing boards, belts, textile complements and other objects unthinkable with traditional rigid filaments.
Easy to use: FlexiSMART has been specifically developed to maintain high compatibility with the wide range of existing printers and be easy to use. It prints without hot bed and is compatible with most extruders available.
Excellent mechanical properties: The parts printed with FlexiSMART are also extraordinarily resistant making it a suitable filament to replace PLA or ABS in many applications.
Great finish and variety of colors: FlexiSMART is available in 15 different colors to unleash your imagination and build your own flexible universe.
FlexiSMART is a flexible filament suitable for FFF technology 3d printers. It is composed of a thermoplastic elastomer specially formulated to obtain impressions with excellent aesthetic and mechanical qualities.
The parts printed with FlexiSMART are elastic and recover their original shape after subjecting them to traction or pressure. FlexiSMART is a filament that can be extruded in a temperature range between 210º and 230º. Also it is printed without need of hot bed since the adhesion is excellent. FlexiSMART can be used in any 3d printer at speeds between 30 and 50 mm/s. Although, depending on the extruder used, the speed can be increased above 100° between 210° and 230°.
Also it is printed without need of hot bed since the adhesion is excellent. FlexiSMART can be used in any 3d printer at speeds between 30 and 50 mm/s. Although, depending on the extruder used, the speed can be increased above 100 mm/s.