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Any of the Ultimaker printers can print soft "rubber" or hard plastics. It's which material you buy. Look at the line of ninjatek products - they have two very flexible products:

ninjaflex - the most flexible - like rubber band

cheetah - a little less flexible. Still quite flexible - good for toy car tires

https://ninjatek.com/resources/compare-filaments/

Actually a better document is this one - look only at the "tensile modulus". The smaller the number, the more flexible:

http://ninjatek.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/tech-data-metric-.pdf

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