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Posted · Looking for Advanced 3D Print Services

Hi all,


Currently I am looking for a 3D print service that can print a part of ±16x16x16mm in two flexible materials: one (electrically) conductive and one non-conductive. I have tried prints myself with NinjaTek Eel but without a proper direct drive printer it's been difficult to get good results.


I've asked around with ShapeWays, iMaterialise and some other local print services but it seems very few people are commercially printing with NinjaTek Eel (or a comparable material). So, my question is: Does anyone know of a service that can print dual-extrusion flexible materials, of which one conductive?


If anyone could point me in the right direction with this, that would be great! Thanks in advance!

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