spoolWorks FleXD Flexible Filament - Black - 1.75mm - 0.5KG

$23.00 $34.00

SKU: 25-A-1-D-0142 E3D-Online

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3d filament net weight MATERIAL NET WEIGHT: 0.5KG
Custom sizes may be available, contact us for details.
3d print settings PRINT SETTINGS: SEE BELOW.
Print settings listed in the product description below.
Contact us to inquire about documentation availability.

SpoolWorks FleXD is a bold, bright, fun filament with professional shock absorbing qualities.

All the bouncy bendiness you want in a flexible, with the quality you can expect from E3D's spoolWorks brand.

Like Edge, FleXD is a naturally transparent filament. This means that in addition to the strong, solid colour you can expect with the entire spoolWorks range, you will also find that FleXD offers incredible pigmentation and colour vibrancy.

FleXD can be used with spoolWorks Scaffold support filament. It adheres well during printing and then peels away satisfyingly. Any remnants can be easily dissolved away with tap water.

Put it to work with useful prints like mobile phone covers, keyboard protectors, and insoles, or enjoy printing bendy versions of objects like vases and benchys!

Easy to Print

With a shore hardness of 93A, FleXD is easy to print even in bowden set-ups.

Beautiful Colours

Every FleXD colour is bright, bold, and beautiful.

Print the Unprintable

Pair FleXD with Scaffold support filament to make impossible prints a reality.

Flexible and Elastic

High abrasion resistance make FleXD perfect for gaskets, seals, and more.

3d printing temperature guideline Printing


215°C - 225°C
  • Bed Temperature: 40 - 80°C
  • Bed Adhesion: Glue stick on glass, no additional adhesive needed on PEI sheeting or blue tape.
  • Part cooling fan: Medium to high speed
  • You will want to print FlexD a lot slower than stiffer filaments, you should start with a print speed of 15mm/s, you may be able to increase this value to around 25mm/s if you are printing hot enough.
  • You will also want to have the retraction turned off, once you start having good extrusion results you may be able to introduce a small amount of retraction to clean up the surface quality but do so with caution, and only use minimal amounts.