Ninja Flex

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Mayhem
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Ninja Flex

Post by Mayhem »

Awesome filament :) bit difficult to print but once you tune the settings i am getting nice results.
it is almost like silicone.
First two round things didint print well but the box is quite good
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Felix 2.0----> 3.0
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Mayhem
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Post by Mayhem »

This vibration dampner printed really nicely :)
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Felix 2.0----> 3.0
V4 hot end
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Saamec
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Post by Saamec »

Tell me, drive extruder as supplies it? Not stalls? not hesitated before entering? All is great!! You would be great if the shot video)

stiffmasters
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Post by stiffmasters »

I have recently bought some ninja flex, I haven't got around to testing it yet. Are there any specific slicer settings that you used to print your files. The dampener has come out brilliantly!

Thanks
Jason

frankjoke
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Post by frankjoke »

What spead/temperature/bed did you print?
I tested so far a bit but need still maybe to tune best settings.

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Post by frankjoke »

Ok, I tried it 2day, Did work super!
I used before EcoFlex but Ninja is much better.

I printed various things 0.2mm layer size with my 0.35mm nozzle @ 215°, 40°bed, 1mm retract @25mm/s, speed up to 30 for perimeter and 50 for infill.

The only thing I needed to do is to use Kapton tape on bed instead of my normal inkjet printer transparent which I use normally. I could not get the print of the inkjet transparent (and I saw now how much stronger it sticks than kapton)!

Otherwise it printed very nicely and it is VERY flexible. Just ordered other colors as well to use it for other items like wearables or tires for my grandsons cars...

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