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Posted · FDM using TPU 95A

TPU-95A by nature oozes a little bit more than other filaments, so depending on your project and how bothered you are by it you may need to tweak some settings in your print profile. It has a different profile than other materials, but that goes for every material, they are all different. TPU-95A is generally a little bit slower I believe, due to its flexibility. Because Ultimaker does not use direct drive, there is a limit to the flexibility of filaments it can handle, but TPU-95A is well within its range. Hope this helps!


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