Biodegradable Semi-Flexible 3D Printer Filament
Coming in April 2018 - Available for Pre-Order Now
"YOGA•Flex works phenomenally well in our Taz 4 and 5, and it's a lot more permissive than the TPU we've been using."
-Trevor Williams, Yale University
YOGA•Flex™ is a 100% biodegradable semi-flexible filament made from green materials. It has greater printability than TPU based flexible filaments, and is stiff enough to run easily with Bowden extruders.
YOGA•Flex™ produces NO toxic compounds or harmful UPS's!
How YOGA•Flex™ Compares:
Load at Yield (Newtons): Max Load Before Permanent Deformation
Ninjaflex - 10.66
Ninjaflex Cheetah - 18.79
YOGA•Flex™ - 20.86
YOGA•Flex™ meets ASTM D6400 standards for biodegradability and maintains a dimensional accuracy better than +/- 0.03mm.
In addition a portion of the proceeds from every spool of YOGA•Flex™ will be donated to environmental charity plant a tree. One spool equals one tree, rejuvenating iconic forests in key locations throughout the United States.
YOGA•Flex™is made in the USA with the highest quality materials and extrusion processes available. Every inch of YOGA•Flex™ is measured to ensure that it is within the strictest standards for quality, diameter and ovality. 3D Printlife uses high quality 100% virgin resins and colorants in filament manufacturing. Each spool of YOGA•Flex™ is carefully wound to exacting standards to minimizing crossovers and loopbacks that can lead to snags and snaps.
The packaging is also thoughtfully designed to be environmentally friendly. 3D Printlife's filament spool is made of heavy 100% recycled cardboard that is biodegradable and bound together with a recyclable tin cap. The spool includes both a cutout for viewing filament and dual puncture slots to secure filament when not in use. The flange can even rotate to in either direction to aid in securing the filament wherever it has been cut. The spool was specifically designed for universal fit with most 3d printers in use worldwide.
< +/- 0.03mm
215°C to 235°C - Recommended Nozzle Temp: 225°C
Print Bed Temperature
40°C - (if available)
15mm/sec for 1.75mm, 35mm/sec for 2.85mm