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ENDER 3 – NinjaFlex TPU using EZR

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Chuck shows a better way to print 85A TPU (NinjaFlex) on a low cost ENDER 3 3D printer. The ENDER3 stock extruder has a difficult time printing super flexible filament such as 85A TPU. Chuck introduces the EZR Extruder top that handles this perfectly. He shows you step by step how to install it on an Ender 3 and how well it works to print runner feet for the 3D Printer. This EZR will work on CR-10, CR-10 Mini and many other Aluminum Extrusion 3Dprinters.

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Solder Sleeve Kit:
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CR10 Mini
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CR-10:
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CR-10S
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