TPU Filament


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Diameter: 1.75 mm
Colour: Dark Green
Weight: 1 Kg
Sale price$33.00 USD

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Looking for a flexible and elastic filament that is perfect for printing flexible and resistant objects? Look no further than TPU Flexible Filament! This filament is made of TPU, a flexible and elastic polymer with high resistance to impact, wear and abrasion, not to mention excellent chemical resistance. It is the perfect choice for printing flexible and resistant objects due to its great adhesion between layers. The finish of the pieces has a matte appearance so it will leave a natural and elegant look to your prints. It is also available in a multitude of colours and formats to meet your needs. So why wait? Order your TPU Flexible Filament today!


TPU Flexible Filament, Anti Warping, Non Toxic, Zero Bubble, Smooth Surface


  • FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication)
  • FDM (Fused Deposit Modelling)


Density 1.21 g/cm3
Shore 93 A
Diameter tolerance ± 0.08 mm

Printing advice

Print temperature 195 - 235ºC
Print speed 20 - 50 mm/s
Bed temperature 0 - 50ºC

Technical datasheet

TPU Flexible Filament Technical Datasheet

Security datasheet

TPU Flexible Filament Security datasheet

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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Alejandro Lazaro (Basque Country, Spain)
Good price/quality ratio

It worked great in my Ender Creality S1. I had experience with previous TPU filaments and I was more than happy with the good results I obtained with this filament. I would definitely recommend it

Sascha Boll (Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Germany)
Good Filament but the green is lighter than expected.

The filament is good and can be printed with stock Creality CR10. It is a bit softer than e.g. Overture TPU. The only downside for me was the color. I was looking specifically for a DARK green and the result after printing is not so dark after all..

sebastien lefebvre (Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France)
Not the good color

The blue is far different from the one on the picture. I send email to send it back but don't receive any answer...
Bad experience !

Hello Sebastien

We are sorry, but we could not find the email for some reason. We usually reply to all emails or requests within 24 hours.

On the other hand, regarding the colour, the photos that appear on our website can be different depending on the calibration and the brightness of your screen. That's why, we have uploaded a photo with the specific RAL reference for each of our spools.

In regards to your particular spool, We have refunded the amount to you and there is no need to return the spool.

We apologise for the confusion.


The Eolas Prints Team

Vitor Neves (Aveiro, Portugal)
Very Good Product

Make sure to adjust printer settings and you'll get very good results!
Highly recommended.

Pablo V C (Galicia, Spain)
Simplemente perfecto

Llevo bastante tiempo en este mundillo, y he probado infinidad de marcas de filamentos, y por fin lo he encontrado.
No deja hilos ni cordeles, una perfecta adhesión a la cama y entre capas.
Extrusor directo
Se imprime perfectamente: estos son mis parámetros, temperatura 205°
velocidad impresión 25mm/s
Retracción 1.8mm
Velocidad retracción 25mm/s
Velocidad de desplazamiento 220mm/s

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How to print with TPU Filament?

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How to print with PLA Filament?

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