Polymakers ultimate solution to flexible filaments, designed to print easily on a variety of 3D Printers.
PolyFlex™ is a unique 3D Printing material developed to be easy to print and highly flexible. PolyFlex™ filament is go to choice that opens up the applications of your 3D Printer!
Superb printer compatibility and ease of use!
When developing PolyFlex™, one of PolyMakers main goals was to make a flexible material easy to use for everyone. Flexible filaments are known to be difficult to print and work with. PolyFlex™ changes this, designed to be compatible with almost all desktop FDM/FFF printers, PolyFlex™ requires no hardware modifications, prints smoothly and adheres well to a variety of surfaces requiring no heated build plate! You can print without worries with PolyFlex.
PolyFlex™ allows you to print cool and functional flexible prints with no worry about the part breaking. This material features a “Shore A” hardness of 90-95A and a large strain-to-failiure of over 400%. These are tested values obtained from actual printed parts, not just figures on a page. PolyFlex™ is truly the best tool for creating fun flexible parts.
Expand the limits of your 3D Printer
PolyFlex™ allows you to open up the possibilities of your desktop 3D Printer. Prosthetics, wearables, shoes, phone cases, clothing. The possible applications of PolyFlex are nearly endless!
95A Shore Hardness
Developed so no special extruders or expensive hardware modifications are required!
Flexible materials are notoriously hard to print with, PolyFlex™ was designed to change this!
Manufactured with Polymakers 8 steps of quality control
Glass Transition TempN/A
Density1.17 – 1.24 g/cm3
Diameters1.75 mm or 2.85 mm
Tolerance± 0.05 mm (50 Microns) (Typical ~ ± 0.02 mm )
Recommended printing temperature:220 – 235 °C (Diameter of 1.75 mm)220 – 235 °C (Diameter of 2.85 mm)
Recommended 3D print speed:30 – 90 mm/s
Recommended heated bed temperatureNot Required
Build platformPolyFlex works well with common build plate surfaces such as the blue tape, Kapton tape, glass, buildtak etc.
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