Ninjaflex 3DSF001175 SemiFlex 3D Printing Filament, 0.50 kg Spool, 1.75 mm Diameter, Snow

The SemiFlex TPE filament is a 0.50 -kg spool of 1.75-mm diameter snow-colored filament for use with fused-filament 3D printers (sold separately). SemiFlex filament is made of a thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) that creates strong, flexible printed parts with excellent abrasion resistance. The material bonds well to itself, minimizing the chance of printed layers separating when flexed or stretched. SemiFlex is slightly more rigid than the NinjaFlex original 3D filament. It is best used for projects requiring a high level of detail, intricate parts, high resolution text, unsupported vertical printing, shock-absorption or that require less flexibility than NinjaFlex original 3D Filament. The print temperature ranges from 210 to 225 degrees C (410 to 437 degrees F).

Product Features

  • Specially formulated Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE)
  • Produces flexible prints with elastic properties
  • Used with fused deposition (FD) home 3D printers
  • Each spool contains 575 feet of stock

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2 thoughts on “Ninjaflex 3DSF001175 SemiFlex 3D Printing Filament, 0.50 kg Spool, 1.75 mm Diameter, Snow”

  1. This stuff is Miraculous! I’ve been using all kinds of PLA/ABS and exotic filament in my Robo3D printer so it was only logical that I would try the NinjaFlex series of materials. I did some initial reading but nothing prepared me for what I would encounter. Let me first say that this material is miraculous. I would have never thought you could get something with the consistency and feel of silicon out of a hot metal printer.Although the material itself is very neat, this is certainly not something for the…

  2. Let me just say I’ve only been 3D printing for about a month now and this is by far, my favorite filament. I was a bit hesitant about trying any of the Ninjaflex family of filaments because of all the horror stories with extruding, but I took a chance and boy am I happy I did! Yes, I did try to extrude it with my stock extruder for my Flash Forge Creator Pro printer and yes, I was not successful, but that was expected because I’d read about it already. Undetered, I downloaded this replacement…

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