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Flexismart and Bondtech

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For those looking for an alternative to Ninjaflex, i have tried Flexismart on my UM2+ with Bondtech DDG kit. It prints nicely at 70mm/sec. Printed parts have a very nice finish, that remembers somewhat natural rubber. They sell 250gr packs in case you dont want to risk the whole spool price, although it is cheaper than other alternatives. I can tell you that i have finished  the first spool in a couple of days, with no failed parts. Give it a try if you like flexible materials.

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