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Re:Printing a flexible material? 12 Years, 5 Months ago message Karma: 0
Bryce, Objet has a material called Tango which is a rubber material that can be printed. We can also have digital materials that can be picked by shore hardness soft to hard....
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Re:Printing a flexible material? 12 Years, 5 Months ago message Karma: -1
The flexible materials are the tango materials. There are several materials all available each with different properties. To learn more check out the materials library. Kraftwurx also bwah a sample kit available. It includes Tango materials.
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Re:Printing a flexible material? 12 Years, 4 Months ago message Karma: 1
I agree with Abby, the Materials page should have a clearer view on the 'merits' of the materials. Maybe have a separate page with a table, listing them from hard to soft and the headings listing common properties like washable (dishwasher/high temperature?), porous, medical, conductive, etc.

Sometimes you're not looking for a specific feature (which would be in the detail page) or are unfamiliar with a lot of the manufacturing terms.

Let me know if you want me to produce a sample of the listing I have in mind.

Cheers,

Luis.
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Re:Printing a flexible material? 12 Years, 3 Months ago message Karma: 10
We absolutely agree with these tips and suggestions. The materials education/information will be expanded. As oppose to using street names alone for materials like "frosted white detail". We plan to educate our community on what the actual technical names and engineering limitations are of each material. We are currently redesigning the product page and material info page. Please do make lists of those terms which may need to revised in order to make the message clearer.

Thank you all for your help and support!

-Marco
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#254
Re:Printing a flexible material? 12 Years, 3 Months ago message Karma: 0
I agree. I'd like to see more explanations of material usage etc. I am still trying to figure out what material I want for my wax seal.
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Re:Printing a flexible material? 12 Years, 3 Months ago message Karma: 10
Soon the materials information page will be updated. At that point I will make sure the relevant information is posted in lamens terms.
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