SPOOL3D

TPE - 1.75mm - Black

$24.00

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Print it right with Spool3D flexible TPE 3D printer filament.  Our flexible TPE 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.

TPE 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 TPE (Thermo Plastic Elastomer) filament(tolerance +/- 0.04mm)
  • 0.5 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: 0.5 kg spool of TPE175-0500xBLK TPE filament (x =4 for shore hardness = 80A; x = 5 for shore hardness = 90A) , vacuum packaged in plastic with dessicant
  • Shipping Weight: 1.15 kg

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SKU: TPE175-05000BLK

Reviews

5 out of 5 (based on 2 ratings)
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Loving this TPE 90A

5/5
Once I figured out the sweet spot for this product on my Printer, I've been looking for excuses to use it. Direct Drive Extruder is a must. Using a 0.5 Nozzle at 245 Deg C Great results at 0.3mm layer height I'm printing on a piece of Polycarbonate sanded with 220 grit. 35 mm/s Printing Speed
Posted by D.Barnes, November 11, 2018

TPE 80A is Soft, Resistant and easy to print!

5/5
I am using a direct drive extruder and this filament has printed very easily with great results from the start. Ideal for seals, tires and other flexible parts. The layer adhesion is a lot better that anticipated. Lines from a single layer brim are impossible to separate without tearing the path material. I used glue stick on a mirror for initial layer adhesion with great results. https://imgur.com/a/W8b4ODr
Posted by Olivier, November 07, 2018