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Posted · Printing with electrically conductive flexible filament

Hello,

 

I would need to print something with this material: https://ninjatek.com/eel/

 

Unfortunately, it only comes in 1.75mm or 3mm diameters. I have never seen 3mm filament before.

 

Can I somehow use this material on my S5 printers? And, do any of you guys know of any other electronically conductive flexible filament available out there?

 

Thanks.

 

Cosmin

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    Posted · Printing with electrically conductive flexible filament

    Somethimes filament advertised as 3mm is in fact 2.85mm.

    Send an e-mail to the manufacturer or the reseller to ask them what diameter this filament really is.

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