Hi, I’m wanting to get into printing e-NABLE prosthetics, and of the requests I’ve seen on their site a bunch have flexible parts. So, I was reading about the new Aerostruder handling standard and flexible filaments really well and was about to place an order for one when I noticed that the Dual V3 also uses the E3D Aeros. On the Dual V3 product page it sounds like the Lulzbot team has had success with some flexible filaments but it’s not an out-of-the-box feature and may take some profile tweaking to get it working (if at all). Has anyone had any success with some of the softer filaments like Ninjaflex using the Dual V3?
If you have a Dual V3, I actually have a couple sample spools of Ninjaflex sitting on my desk right now so would be open to mailing one of them out to someone willing to do some tests and report back. I’d honestly rather eat the cost of one of these sample spools then drop the $560 on a Dual V3 then find out it doesn’t work out.