Soft PLA is a flexible 3D printing material that feels and acts much like rubber. Can be used to make parts that can bend or must flex to fit their environment - stoppers, belts, springs, phone cases and more.
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2.3KG of 1.75mm blue colored Soft PLA. This extremely flexible PLA will allow you to create prints that will have the properties of durable rubber, which means that it is remarkably resilient and elastic.
Sticks great to a bed that is layered with blue painter’s tape. We also recommend that you print it at a slower speed than normal PLA.
Our soft PLA is compatible with nearly all 3D printers, including RepRap derivatives and those from MakerBot (such as the Replicator and Replicator 2), Ultimaker, Bits from Bytes, Airwolf3D, Makergear, Printrbot, Bukobot, Type A Machines, and many others. If you have questions about a specific printer not listed, please contact us.
Recommended Extrusion Temperatures: 220°C-235°C
All 3 filaments are excellent choices but have different levels of hardness and flexibility. Ninjaflex is the softest with a shore hardness of 85A. TPE is slightly firmer but still very soft with a shore hardness of 90A. Soft PLA is the firmest of the three with a shore hardness of 92A. If your printer has a Bowden tube Soft PLA is the best choice for you.
At MatterHackers we pride ourselves on offering friendly service, advice, and support. Our prices are always the lowest in the industry when you factor in our free shipping for every item on the MatterHackers site (including 3D printers). Most of all, our staff is friendly and knowledgeable. They have been 3D printing for several years now and are happy to answer your 3D printing questions. Have a question about the amazing capabilities of Blue Soft PLA filament? No problem. Feel free to give us a call.
In short, buying a 3D printer from MatterHackers is a holistic experience. We are here to partner with you through every step of your 3D printing journey. Additionally, we have all of the PLA, ABS, and Specialty Filament that you could ever need to design anything you can imagine.