What is the best filament to use that is flexible and soft but strong enough to be used everyday for long periods of time
Sorry, not any experience with flexible filament here, but you might try Cheetah by Ninja Tech. although pay close attention to their settings.
This material is certified to work in the Fusion3 designs F410 which even uses a bowden drive. but they do have their own settings for it.
It's all about settings...
You might consider using a semi-flex filament by ninjatech.
The softness of the final part depends on his design so it really depends on the geometry you want.
Also how strong are we talking? What is the "everyday use" you plan on putting on the material. Also, what kind of printer do you have? That will limit the filaments and materials down a bit.
tpu is a good solution. And testing is also the key.
I recommend SainSmart TPU if you're going with TPU, it isin't terribly hard to print with and it seems to be very durable.
Lacking a bit of information here, but I've had good experiences with the Chetaah-filament from Ninjatek.
Hello , i have good experiense with ngen-flex from colorfabb.
if you need thin flexible pieces is this the best , if you print it thicker it will be harder but still flexible.
i use it for many projects . it is 122 degree resisted.
i printed last the door-stopper with it , 0.075mm layer .
yes i print it and it is strong does not lose .
And it is also for bowden , that's what i have as setup.
I guess that giving more info could narrow down the response to pretty much what you need, actually.
So, what is the part you need to print? What is the part going to accomplish? How many repetitions per minute/hour/day, etc.
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