NinjaTek NinjaFlex 1.75mm 85A TPU Flexible Filament (1kg, Grass)

BH #NIN0617510 • MFR #3DNF0617510
NinjaTek NinjaFlex 1.75mm 85A TPU Flexible Filament (1kg, Grass)
Key Features
  • 1.75mm Filament Diameter
  • 85A TPU Flexible Material
Print your 3D model in grass with the NinjaTek NinjaFlex 1.75mm 85A TPU Flexible Filament.
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NinjaTek NinjaFlex Overview

Print your 3D model in grass with the NinjaTek NinjaFlex 1.75mm 85A TPU Flexible Filament.

With a shore hardness of 85A, this thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) flexible filament has 68% better abrasion resistance than PLA and 20% better abrasion resistance than ABS. Designed to be flexible, this filament features up to 660% elongation, which allows for repeated movement and impact without wear or cracking. The composition can also help reduce vibration. This filament doesn't need glue or tape when printing on a standard print bed. It is also resistant to many chemicals, such as naphtha, ASTM oils #1-3, petroleum, and freon.

UPC: 662345233798

NinjaTek NinjaFlex Specs

Filament Diameter1.75 mm
Filament MaterialTPU
Filament PropertiesFlexible
Weight2.2 lb / 1 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9 x 9 x 3"

NinjaTek NinjaFlex Reviews

So far so good

By Jay
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-11-19

I printed a few test prints with this on my upgraded Ender 3 pro. My extruder is upgraded to a EZR Struder by SeeMeCNC, no issues what so ever printing this stuff so far. Like others have mentioned, the filament is not in a vacuum sealed bag and only has 1 desiccant packet in the box. At least the box was shrink wrapped. I would order this again when the time arrives.

Beware of no Vacuum sealed bad

By Quan
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2020-05-08

The price is great, but my roll came without a Vacuum sealed bad and had cardboard lint all over it. I had to blow all the lint out of the filament and dry it for a full day to be able to use it.

Tricky to print on a Prusa MK3, but great results

By Tim
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2019-01-24

I took me a while to dial it in - I noticed black behaves differently than the Sun (yellow). Both require printing SLOW and reducing retraction. Ive been able to leave retraction enabled for most prints. I print with 1.2mm retraction, 235C and 40C for the bed, Max volumetric speed of 5mm/sec, 10mm/sec first layer and auto-adjusted speeds based on volumetric for everything else. I also use a glue stick for the adhesion (so as not to mess with the PEI). This is with my MK3 which has copper/nickel heatblock, nozzle, silicon sock and upgraded heatbreak fan. A stock MK3 should work as well but Im not sure what the best settings would be.

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