NinjaTek’s Cheetah™ filament is a high-performance flexible polyurethane material, which prints across all printer types utilizing ABS settings. Key benefits are faster print speed than other flexible products (up to 60 mm/second), excellent interlayer adhesion and limited retraction. Key uses are parts with a high level of detail — gaskets, grips, hinges, seals, sleeves or snap-fit parts.
NinjaTek’s Armadillo™ filament is a high-performance rigid material best described as “tough and rugged.” Armadillo filament possesses excellent durability under stress from external sources and is resistant to greases, oils and many other industrial chemicals. Printability is a key benefit, with excellent bridging capabilities and virtually no warping issues. Armadillo filament is perfect for printing functional parts requiring toughness and impact resistance, including braces, brackets, fasteners, gears, guides, protective covers and splints
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