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Print anything other than PLA/ABS?

I visit this site from time to time to see if leapfrog get round to grasping the nettle and sorting out its limitations regarding 'exotic filament' How long have they been saying they are working on perfecting PVA and not a single mention of ninja Flex? The creatr uses direct drive hobs that work perfectly well with ABS but need modifying to stand any chance of printing anything else. Do leapfrog officially endorse a remedy for this? The only work around I have seen are individuals supplying thingy verse with mods that work with varying degree. All 3D printers print ABS to a decent standard now, if you are paying 2k for a printer don't you expect it to be able to print in rubber also?
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Filament Guide

  • Extrude at ~ 225o C.
  • Requires heated bed.
  • Works reasonably well without cooling.
  • Adheres best to polyimide tape.
  • Filament tolerances are usually tighter.
  • Prone to cracking, delamination, and wraping.
  • More flexible.
  • Can be bonded using adhesives or solvents(Acetone or MEK).
  • Fumes are unpleasent in enclosed areas.
  • Oil Based.
  • Extrude at ~ 180-225o C.
  • Benefits from heated bed.
  • Benefits greatly from cooling while printing.
  • Adheres well to a variety of surfaces.
  • Finer feature detail possible on a well calibrated machine.
  • Prone to curling of corners and overhangs.
  • More brittle.
  • Can be bonded using adhesives.
  • More pleasant smell when extruded.
  • Plant Based.

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