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Armadillo Sapphire Blue 75D Rigid TPU 3D printing filament 1.75mm

Product Code: NIN-ARM-BLU-1.75MM
  • Filament Brand: NinjaTek
  • Filament Type: TPU
  • Filament Colour: Blue
  • Filament Diameter: 1.75mm
  • Filament Weight: .5kg
£43.08 Inc Vat
£35.90 Exc Vat


  • Availability: In Stock
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    The Industrial Grade Filament

    Designed and manufactured by one of the leading companies in the development of TPU 3D printing filaments.  NinjaTek™ the 3D printing business of Fenner Drives located in the USA, have engineered a filament that has an impact strength 86% greater than ABS, with high abrasion resistance.  

    Armadillo filament is a high performing rigid material, providing 90% higher abrasion resistance than nylon materials. Its toughness ratings are superior to commonly used materials, 86 times greater than that of ABS. It is an excellent material to use for bridging, with virtually no warping issues.

    When you need a rigid product that can withstand wear and tear, the Armadillo resistance to fracturing makes it a perfect replacement.

    Suggested Applications: braces, fasteners, gears and protective covers.

    Shore hardness scale courtesy of wikipedia.

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    • ► Shore Hardness = 75D
    • ► Excellent bridging capabilities and virtually no warping
    • ► Abrasion resistance 84% better than PLA and 60% better than ABS
    • ► Industry leading toughness and durability to ensure longevity in printed parts
    • ► Chemical resistance to many materials, including naphtha, ASTM Oils #1-3, petroleum and freon
    • ► Consistent diameter and material properties providing reliable, high quality prints
    Processing Guidelines:
    • Extruder Temperature:  220°C – 230°C
      Platform Temperature: Room temperature – 40°C - Cold platforms can be used
      PrintaFix, blue painters tape, printbite or lokbuild is suggested if not using a heated bed.

      Print Speed:
      Top and bottom layers: 15-20 mm/ sec (900-1800 mm/ min)
      Infill speeds: 45-60 mm/ sec (2700-3600 mm/ min)
      Layer 2+ use cooling fan if available.