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3DP with Flexible Materials – REPLAY
Softer 3D print support materials often prove to be problem causers when using the machine as they tend to jam up in the extruder or in the Bowden tubes. Tom had to be the lead investigator for several late nights and cross-continental Skype calls to solve a filament jam on machine from a well known 3D printer company. Looking back at our print tips for flexible materials that have held true over time in this replay episode, and you can’t miss the crazy filament jam pictures on our past post here.
Updates from NinjaTek
NinjaTek has a new flexible material called Cheetah that they’ve let us know is a lot easier to print and is still very flexible. They print it regularly on an Ultimaker 2 over in their facilitates with no issues. Let us know below in the comments if you’ve given it a try and what you think.
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