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Hot off the extruder and not even for sale yet check out this video of a new flexible 3d printing filament! We have been chosen to beta test the new filament from Fenner Drives flexible division, NinjaTek, code named Cheetah This is the same 3d printing filament that they recently announced at CES. This 3d printer filament is named cheetah, it is a very strong 3d printing material, it is flexible, and it prints beautifully. We are including a 3D printer time lapse of an octopus, an overview, and some attempted destruction. The new red cheetah filament is beautiful and I cannot wait for round 2 of beta testing. Stay tuned to our channel for a chance to win some 3d printed models.
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