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Flexible 95A 1.75mm TPU filament for 3D printing Soft Material

Flexible 95A 1.75mm TPU filament for 3D printing Soft Material


Torwell FLEX is the latest flexible filament which is made of TPU (Thermoplastic Polyurethane), one of the most commonly used polymers for flexible 3D printing materials. This 3D printer filament was developed with a focus on durability, flexibility and ease of use. Now benefit from the advantages of TPU and easy processing. The material has minimal warping, low material shrinkage, is very durable and resistant to most chemicals and oils.

  • Color: 9 colors for choose
  • Size: 1.75mm/2.85mm/3.0mm
  • Net Weight: 1kg/spool
  • Specification

    Product Parameters

    Recommend print Setting

    Product Tags

    TPU filament

    Torwell FLEX TPU has a Shore hardness of 95 A, and has a massive elongation at break of 800%. Benefit from a very wide range of applications with Torwell FLEX TPU. For example, 3D printing handles for bicycles, shock absorbers, rubber seals and insoles for shoes.

    Product Features

    Brand Torwell
    Material Premium grade Thermoplastic Polyurethane
    Diameter 1.75mm/2.85mm/3.0mm
    Net weight 1 Kg/spool; 250g/spool; 500g/spool; 3kg/spool; 5kg/spool; 10kg/spool
    Gross weight 1.2Kg/spool
    Tolerance ± 0.05mm
    Length 1.75mm(1kg) = 330m
    Storage Environment Dry and ventilated
    Drying Setting 65˚C for 8h
    Support materials Apply with Torwell HIPS, Torwell PVA
    Certification Approval CE, MSDS, Reach, FDA, TUV and SGS
    Compatible with Reprap,Ultimaker, End3, Creality3D, Raise3D, Prusa i3, Zortrax, XYZ Printing, Omni3D, Snapmaker, BIQU3D, BCN3D, Bambu Lab X1, AnkerMaker and any other FDM 3D printers
     Package 1kg/spool; 8spools/ctn or 10spools/ctn
    sealed plastic bag with desiccants

    Torwell TPU filament is featured by its high strength and flexibility, like a hybrid of plastic and rubber.

    95A TPU has high abrasion resistance and low compression compared to rubber parts, especially at higher infill.

    In comparison with most common filaments like PLA and ABS, TPU must be run much slower.

    More Colors

    Color available:

    Basic color White, Black, Red, Blue, Yellow, Green, Grey, Orange, Transparent

    Accept Customer PMS Color

    TPU filament color

    Model Show

    Torwell TPU Flexible filament should be printed at lower speed than normal. And printing nozzle type Direct Drive (motor attached to the nozzle) due to its soft lines. Torwell TPU Flexible filament applications include seals, plugs, gaskets, sheets, shoes, key ring case for mobile hands-bike parts shock and wear rubber seal (Wearable Device/Protective applications).

    TPU print show


    1kg roll 3D filament TPU with desiccant in vacuum package.
    Each spool in individual box (Torwell box, Neutral box, or Customized box available).
    8boxes per carton (carton size 44x44x19cm).


    Make sure your TPU filament is stored in a dry place
    Please note that TPU is hygroscopic, which means it tends to absorb water. Therefore, store it airtight and protected from moisture in a closed container or bag with a dehumidifier. If your TPU filament ever gets wet, you can always dry it for about 1 hour at 70° C in your baking oven. After that, the filament is dry and can be processed like new.




    More Information

    Torwell FLEX is versatile and can be used in a wide range of 3D printing applications, making it the perfect choice for anyone who needs a flexible filament that can meet their specific needs. Whether you're printing models, prototypes or final products, you can rely on Torwell FLEX to deliver consistently high-quality prints that meet or exceed your expectations.

    Torwell FLEX is an innovative 3D printing filament that will definitely change the way you think about flexible filaments. Its unique combination of durability, flexibility and ease of use makes it perfect for a range of applications from prosthetics and medical devices to fashion accessories. So why wait? Get started with Torwell FLEX today and experience the best 3D printing has to offer!

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  • High Durability

    Torwell TPU flexible filament is a material that is soft and elastic like rubber, similar to the Flexible TPE but typing easier and harder than TPE. It allows for repeated movement or impact without cracking.

    High Flexibility

    Flexible materials have a property called Shore hardness, which determines the flexibility or hardness of a material. Torwell TPU has a Shore-A hardness of 95 and can stretch 3 times more than its original length.

    Density 1.21 g/cm3
    Melt Flow Index(g/10min) 1.5190/2.16kg
    Shore Hardness 95A
    Tensile Strength 32 MPa
    Elongation at Break 800%
    Flexural Strength /
    Flexural Modulus /
    IZOD Impact Strength /
     Durability 9/10
    Printability 6/10

    TPU filament print setting


    Extruder Temperature(℃)                210 – 240℃

    Recommended 235℃

    Bed temperature(℃)  25 – 60°C
    Nozzle Size ≥0.4mm
    Fan Speed  On 100%
    Printing Speed 20 – 40mm/s
    Heated Bed Optional
    Recommended Build Surfaces Glass with glue, Masking paper, Blue Tape, BuilTak, PEI
    Recommended Build Surfaces Glass with glue, Masking paper, Blue Tape, BuilTak, PEI

    Recommended for printers with direct drive extruder, 0.4~0.8mm Nozzles.
    With Bowden extruder you might pay more attention to these tips:

    - Print slow 20-40 mm/s Printing speed
    - First layer settings. (Height 100% Width 150% speed 50% e.g.)
    - Retraction disabled. This would reduce messy, stringing or oozing printing result.
    - Increase Multiplier (Optional). set to 1.1 would help the filament bond well. – Cooling fan on after first layer.

    If you are having problems printing with soft filaments, firstly, and most importantly, slow the print down, run at 20mm/s will work perfectly.

    It is important when loading the filament to allow it to only just start extruding. Once you see the filament coming out the nozzle hit stop. The load feature pushes filament through quicker than a normal print and this can cause it to get caught in the extruder gear.

    Also feed the filament direct to the extruder, not through the feeder tube. This reduces the drag on the filament which can cause the gear to slip on the filament.


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