FiberFlex 30D is our proposition for people interested in 3D printing with flexible filament of reduced hardness. This is the second filament from the FiberFlex family, whose high flexibility allows you to create 3D prints in projects that require rubber-like properties. Therefore, any project requiring resistance to bending, crushing or stretching may require the use of this material.
3D printing with flexible filament of Shore 30D requires some experience in this field and an appropriate 3D printer. Therefore, this extra soft material, like TPU filaments of similar Shore hardness, may be problematic for beginners. It highly recommended to use direct drive extruder and reduce speed. Reducing the pressure on the extruder gear may also help to achieve a successful print.
very good thermal, chemical and abrasion resistance
How to print FiberFlex 30D?
The following parameters are only suggested print settings for this material. To ensure the best print quality, it is necessary to choose the appropriate settings for a specific printer and printing conditions.
< 35 mm/s
glass, masking tape
60°C / 4h
To remove the print easier, it is recommended to heat the bed to 110°C
Fiberlogy FiberFlex 30D has been positively assessed in the Open Filament Program (OFP) project run by Raise3D:
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