Kai Parthy, inventor of 3D printing materials like LAYWOOD, LAYBRICK and LAYFOMM has yet introduced another new material. After successfully launching BENDLAY tough back in June last year, he now came up with a more flexible version of the 3D printer filament: BENDLAY flex.
The BENDLAY materials can be used for watertight, thin-walled bottles, any squeezable products, straps, shoe soles and wristbands.
- nearly glass clear
- low water absorption
- printing at 220° to 240° C
- thermal stable as PLA (65° to 70°C)
- best interlayer adhesion
- soluble in brake cleaner; acetone will make it crumble
The following video compares the more rigid material to the new flexible one: