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Postby psd » Sun Aug 06, 2017 5:18 am

Has anyone had any experience with filaflex?

ninjaflex was slowwwwww and hard to pass through extruder, trying to find a more efficient flexible filament.
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Re: filaflex

Postby Phil » Mon Aug 07, 2017 4:16 pm

I would suggest Makerflex from MakerGeeks. It may not be quite as soft as Ninjaflex, but it also seems tougher and is definitely a lot less expensive.
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Re: filaflex

Postby psd » Thu Aug 10, 2017 7:50 am

Phil wrote:I would suggest Makerflex from MakerGeeks. It may not be quite as soft as Ninjaflex, but it also seems tougher and is definitely a lot less expensive.

Can you get better feed? Better print feeds with it?
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Re: filaflex

Postby jimc » Mon Aug 14, 2017 5:00 am

filaflex has been around for a long time. its been awhile but i remember a comparison review of 5 or so flexibles. i remember the filaflex not being any faster. try the cheetah filament. its a little faster than ninjaflex but keep in mind any flexible will be slow. thats just the way it is
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Re: filaflex

Postby Phil » Wed Aug 16, 2017 9:56 pm

psd wrote:
Phil wrote:I would suggest Makerflex from MakerGeeks. It may not be quite as soft as Ninjaflex, but it also seems tougher and is definitely a lot less expensive.

Can you get better feed? Better print feeds with it?


I have had great success with both Makerflex and Ninjaflex. I have posted on "Insta's Filaments that Work on the M2" thread.
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Re: filaflex

Postby psd » Wed Aug 16, 2017 10:05 pm

I have had great success with both Makerflex and Ninjaflex. I have posted on "Insta's Filaments that Work on the M2" thread.[/quote]

super, just bought some MakerFlex can you include the link to your post?
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Re: filaflex

Postby Phil » Thu Aug 17, 2017 2:54 pm

psd wrote:I have had great success with both Makerflex and Ninjaflex. I have posted on "Insta's Filaments that Work on the M2" thread.


super, just bought some MakerFlex can you include the link to your post?
thanks[/quote]

The thread is as the top of the "Filament" group heading. I recommend reading all the posts; very beneficial information.
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Re: filaflex

Postby psd » Thu Aug 17, 2017 3:55 pm

The thread is as the top of the "Filament" group heading. I recommend reading all the posts; very beneficial information.[/quote]

Hi Phil,
I have read through all posts on Filaments that work and saw many from you, however I do not see one on Makerflex????

am I just blind?
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Re: filaflex

Postby Phil » Thu Aug 17, 2017 10:49 pm

psd wrote:am I just blind?


No, my fault. I thought it was there, but in fact, it is here: viewtopic.php?f=11&t=3971
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