Hello, Does anyone know is it possible on whatever method method, on whatever printer using presumably a flexible material to print a hollow compressible capsule. Like single unit eye drops?
I'm trying to print a prototype for a mobile device and I want to know what materials I can use for it? because on my tests if I use PLA or ABS and under that I put a conductive rubber nothing happens, the electricity from my finger doesn't go through the material, so I was thinking If a silicon material can be used to achieve this, and what materials or brands can you recommend?
Dear all, Currently I am looking to buy a 3D printer with a main focus on printing flexible models with materials such as TPU. I do not require the lowest shore hardnesses but I do want a reliable machine with good performance. Therefore I am looking at printers with direct drive lay-outs. Budget of maximum €1500,-.
I have been playing around with different filaments for a while experimenting with the properties that each material offers. I feel like I have covered a good bit of the spectrum, I was wondering if anyone has any recommendations for any other filaments to play with?
Hey guys check out my new marvin created from Polymaker polyflex filament. This is 0.2 mm, i will try 0.1mm soon, for even better results. get yours printed today at futuretechs hub!
Hi, I am wondering what is the idea feedrate to travelrate. I have a Monoprice 3d printer, dual extrusion and I am wondering what is idea? I am printing pla at 220 on a baseplate at 110.
Hi hubowners, I am interested in 3d printing clothing. I'm looking for soft materials, what feel soft on the skin. Who have experience with these materials? and which materials are useful? thank you for your comments!
I am looking for U.S. hub who has Ninjaflex SemiFlex. SemiFlex is 98 Shore A hardness. It will give just a little bit, but is quite hard. I need someone who can actually print the part at 98. Ninjaflex says it is no problem and has provided me with details. Any takers? Thanks, Brad
Hello!I am currently working on a project that involves 3D printing in the context of medical devices. So here's my question: are there any 3D printing materials that are both flexible and biocompatible?Thanks in advance for any answers!