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I have printed "3mm" ninjaflex just fine. I wouldn't use the um2 old black feeder but all the other feeders work nicely (plus feeder, umo feeder, iroberti feeder).

Many companies call ie "3mm filament" but in fact it is almost always 2.85 or 2.90mm filament. Even if it is 3mm you don't have to worry that the feeder is squeezing it into an ellipse and getting too tight for the bowden because ninjaflex just snaps right back into a perfect circle as soon is the feeder isn't compressing it.

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