NinjaTek Cheetah 1.75mm 95A TPU Flexible Filament (0.5kg, Sun)

BH #NIC0417505 • MFR #3DCH0417505
NinjaTek Cheetah 1.75mm 95A TPU Flexible Filament (0.5kg, Sun)
Key Features
  • 1.75mm Filament Diameter
  • 95A TPU Flexible Material
Print your 3D model in sun with the NinjaTek Cheetah 1.75mm 95A TPU Flexible Filament.
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NinjaTek Cheetah Overview

Print your 3D model in sun with the NinjaTek Cheetah 1.75mm 95A TPU Flexible Filament.

With a shore hardness of 95A, this thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) flexible filament has 76% better abrasion resistance than PLA and 40% better abrasion resistance than ABS. The filament also has significantly better impact strength than widely used materials, including up to 84% better impact strength than ABS. At 580% elongation, the filament can handle wear and tear. The patented low-friction exterior allows for smooth feeding into an extruder. It is also resistant to many chemicals, such as naphtha, ASTM oils #1-3, petroleum, and freon.

UPC: 662345234184

NinjaTek Cheetah Specs

Filament Diameter1.75 mm
Filament MaterialTPU
Filament PropertiesFlexible
ColorYellow
Weight1.1 lb / 0.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.08 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.2 x 8.4 x 2.4"

NinjaTek Cheetah Reviews

Great Stuff Great Price

By Aaron
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-27

This is a great product. Im new to 3D printing and this was my first TPU experience. After getting the settings dialed in it prints as easy as PLA.

Got jammed in the gearbox in Sindoh 3DWOX1

By Andrei
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2020-12-07

The manufacturer's description of this filament states that it is compatible with most printers which can print PLA and ABS. I own a Sindoh 3DWOX1 printer since two years. Sindoh does not recommend that TPU is used in this printer, but it sounded like this filament was designed to improve compatibility, i.e., it is less soft than most TPU filaments. Well, it did not end too well. Filament got loaded into the Bowden tube, but almost instantly after that formed a loop in the gearbox and got jammed in the gears. I found that it ended up being wrapped around the gears multiple times. And yes, the settings were copied from the manufacturer's web site, so I do not see it as an operator's mistake. Never happened with this printer before. 3DWOX1 is serviceable, but the task of removing the motor and gear box itself for the first time and assembling it back turned out to be fairly elaborate and took close to 4 hours. Luckily, I was able to put everything together, no permanent damage, but lesson learned. It is not nearly as compatible as manufacturer likes customers to believe. My thought is, it should work much better with direct feed systems. Also, printers with relatively open gear boxes, which are easy to clean if filament jams, are a lower risk. Since I was unable to print anything, cannot comment on quality of the final prints. BHPhotovideo customer service, in the aftermath of this failure, was great!

Fun and useful

By Jane
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-08-29

I have printed (for work) seals for gripping soft materials as they dry, and flexible phone case and octopus, just for fun. Solid bodies with 50% infill have minimal give, though thin profiles are nicely flexible. 10% infill for flex in thicker sections. Rules for success with this: 1) Retraction OFF everywhere! 2) For Orig Prusa i3 Mk3S-max use the FLEX filament settings, change extrusion multiplier to 1.1, extruder temp to 230C, heated bed to 40C, max volumetric flow at 5 mm^3/s, no extrusion speeds above 50mm/s, fan for cooling above the 1st layer 3) Use hairspray on the bed 4) be prepared to clip stringing

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