TPU - 1.75mm - Black


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Print it right with Spool3D flexible TPU 3D printer filament.  Our flexible TPU filament is manufactured with tight tolerances from premium grade material.  Our filament has been tested on popular fused filament fabrication desktop 3D printer platforms.

Consistently round diameters make this material very easy to work with.

TPU filament should be stored in a resealable plastic bag with the dessicant pack provided.

Please see our filament temperature guide here: Spool3D Temperature Guide

Please see our full colour palette here: Spool3D Colour Palette

  • 1.75mm diameter TPU (Thermoplastic PolyUrethane) filament(tolerance +/- 0.04mm)
  • 1.0 kilogram spool (spool size: 90 mm ID x 200 mm OD x 63.5 mm W; spool hole diameter: 54 mm)
  • Colour: Black
  • Consistently provides excellent build quality for low cost 3D printing.
  • Included in the box: 1.0 kg spool of shore hardness 90A, TPU175-10005BLK TPU filament, vacuum packaged in plastic with dessicant
  • Shipping Weight: 1.65 kg

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SKU: TPU175-10005BLK


5 out of 5 (based on 4 ratings)
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Very good quality TPU Filament

It is printing easily and I had no issues so far. It has a nice shiny finish to it. Looks like a PETG when printed but is flexible like hard rubber.
Posted by Stef, July 30, 2018

TPU is Neat Stuff

I had only used pla up until I received my TPU and PETG. First know that it will stick to PEI like sh$t to a blanket. I didn't know too much about it but it's just like rubber and nearly indestructible. I printed a gopro session case for a drone and it's great stuff. I also made some grips for tools and feet for stools and it's excellent for that sort of thing. Talcum powder on the bed is recommended for easier removeal but alcohol pooled around the thing while lifting was the best for me.
Posted by Ray, February 26, 2018

Easy to work with

We did jam one part while printing, which is common when printing flexible filament. Mostly, it has been versatile and works well at the specified temperatures.
Posted by Douglas Dunlop, October 06, 2017

very nice plastic

Great plastic was printing with it at 50 mm/sec using Bowden extruder. No problems. Optimal temperature is in the range 225-235
Posted by denis, February 27, 2017