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Recreus introduces highly elastic filament Filaflex 60A ‘PRO’

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The new Filaflex 60A ‘PRO’, filament from Recreus is the latest addition to the Filaflex range. With Shore 60A hardness, this new filament is the most elastic and softest in its entire range, making it a likely candidate for the title of most elastic filament in the market, dedicated to professional users

With Filaflex 60A ‘PRO’, Recreus culminates years of development to achieve a material beyond shore 70A flexibility. The new filament was designed for the most demanding, and experienced professionals in 3D printing of flexible materials.

Part of the Filaflex family, like its older brothers (Filaflex 70A ‘Ultra-Soft’, Filaflex 82A ‘Original’ and Filaflex 95A ‘Medium-Flex’), Filaflex 60A ‘PRO’ is highly elastic. That is, after stretching it returns to its original shape without deforming, as long as the elastic limit of the material is not exceeded.

With a growing community of fans of flexible, who are increasingly experienced and knowledgeable in printing with flexible filament (even Filaflex 70A filament), driven by the increased availability of new low-cost 3D printers, such a the Artillery Sidewinder x1, which perfectly prints this type of soft and elastic filaments, it was time for Recreus to continue evolving and advancing in the search for maximum elasticity. 

The company decided it was time to take a step further and meet these users’ requests to print with very soft materials, close to silicone. Something unique and unmatched in the market. A filament that meets the demands of Recreus’ quality standards and the expectations of the most ‘PRO’ people in the flexible field.

Filaflex 60A ‘PRO’ is now available in 500 grams and 3 kg spool sizes, as well as in both  1.75 mm and 2.85 mm diameter, in black and white.

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