In this video we’re reviewing NinjaFlex’s new flexible filament from Fenner Drives, SemiFlex.
• Works great for rugged enclosures
• Raspberry Pi A+: http://youtu.be/G2pVDQ8z3WA
• Offers less friction, shock absorption properties
• Useful in large wearables that need rigidity
Like in our spikes projects:
• cyber spikes: http://youtu.be/xZWZjGvfP4I
• horns: http://youtu.be/bCWwGr9Xcok
• dino spikes: http://youtu.be/mHCdhRwVMHM
• Better retraction attributes
• Snap together parts hold great
like in our armband projects:
• flora band: http://youtu.be/S9UJF6ui7AE
• mini pov: http://youtu.be/3JSRFiZ0T6M
Get the full guide on using Ninjaflex filament: https://learn.adafruit.com/3d-printing-with-ninjaflex
In the shop at: https://www.adafruit.com/product/2321
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