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BMX Grip (NinjaFlex)

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BMX Grip (NinjaFlex) by barspin Nov 7, 2013
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BMX Grip (NinjaFlex) by barspin is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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BMX Grips designed and 3D printed for Swedish BMX legend Tobbe and his BMX Museum: http://www.bmxmuseum.se/

Printed on a Makerbot Replicator with NinjaFlex TPE filament from Fenner Drives: http://www.fennerdrives.com/ninjaflex3dprinting/_/3d/

Short video: http://youtu.be/0RB_Oxoxs08


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Does this filment work on the makerbot replicator 2x?

are they slick when u sweat?

That is so awesome. Have you rode with them? how do they hold up?

Did you print this on a Rep 1? If so, can you provide the profile you used for this please? It looks like you really have your settings dialed in. :)

No mystery, i use the standard ABS profile, lower the speed to 40mm/s and set the temperature to 220C. That´s it.

Hows the durability?

What temperature settings did you use?

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