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This initially was meant to be a cap for my Ikea Lamp, to give it different light colors and produce indirect lighting.
But I noticed that the Ninjaflex version had really cool flying abilities :D so it is a frisbee now.
The white version is PLA, the transparent is PETG and the orange NinjaFlex.
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When printing NinjaFlex keep speed between 20-30mm/s on a Bowden System.
Use a Filament Dust Filter. Sponges get a drip of sewing machine oil, not too much.
This will help guide the filament through the Bowden tube.
The new extruder of the UM2+ reduces the chance of the filament getting tangled inside of the feeder.
If filament still gets tangled, switch of retraction.
Here is a good video on how to print NinjaFlex on the Ultimaker https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_CNnaOf5B8
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