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Buying ninjaflex

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Hello,

i plan to buy a ninjaflex filament, but when i want to order it my shipping costs are almost bigger than the filament itself....

I am from europe, does anyone know a trusty reseller of the ninjaflex filament?

I found it on:

http://www.makergeeks.com/

and

https://www.lulzbot.com

if anyone buyed from them and they are trusty then tell me please.

Thanks in advance.

 

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i just ordered some from E3D with some nozzles and shipping was pretty cheap in comparison to other places

Haven't used the other companies that you have listed though.

 

Thanks, i ordered today a test filament from them too :D if there be problems, its your fault! :-P

Im trying first their e3d filament, after that i will order ninjaflex. Yea, their shipping costs are low.

Cheers

 

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Old thread, but always new viewers using the search command:

Reprapworld.com is selling the original Ninjaflex and semi-flex. = Low shipping costs for the Dutch community and countries closeby.

Works perfect for now on UM2+ (240 degrees, 20mm/s, no retraction). Only printed relatively small parts untill now though. Cannot judge for bigger parts.

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