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Ninja flex - retour d'expérience

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Yo

J'ai imprimer du ninja, ressemble a du caoutchouc ? mouai !... En tout cas c'est flexible lol, j'avais imprimer une coque iphone avec et vraiment bien, il faut par contre modéliser en conséquence (épaisseur) mais la coque s'étire bien et reprend bien sa place

Je huile le filament avant l'entré dans le tube, pour aider a ce que sa glisse bien et jamais eu de souci

 

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