Looking beyond ABS? Tired of PLA? Open a world of possibilities, limited only by your imagination. NinjaFlex, a cutting-edge filament for 3D printers, is a specially formulated thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) that produces flexible prints with elastic properties. Patent pending technology allows for smooth feeding and clean, high-quality printed parts.
NinjaFlex’s unique flexibility and smooth feeding characteristics enable you to create in ways you never thought possible. This version comes in a sterling silver color! We also carry Black NinjaFlex and White NinjaFlex.
Best Suited For:
Fused Deposition 3D printers that use 1.75mm or 3mm filament.
3D printers that accept other types of filaments such as ABS and PLA.
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