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    Hardest(least flexible) FlexPLA available

    Its been a while since I printed with my roll of FLEXPLA and its almost gone...unfortunately I cannot remember the vendor...
    I have tried some Paramount FlexPLA (shore 90A) and some Sainsmart TPU (shore 95A) but they are considerably more flexible than what I have been using...
    I love my current FlexPLA since it prints well fast (600mm/s @ 215deg) and makes really nice "snap on" type objects, ie like snapping onto a 1/8" round rod to hold objects,etc. the 95A hardness materials are very much weaker in hold...

    I hope someone knows of a vendor that has Flexible PLA with a shore hardness higher than 95A..it exists, I have some, but dont remember where I got it...

    thanks


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