Although a TPU is commonly thought of as a flexible filament, this stuff is the toughest filament I have ever used. Don’t let that fool you though. It prints easy. Just up your nozzle temp to 240 and let it run. Being a TPU I recommend a glue stick on PEI beds to protect from damage. No extra nozzle wear is expected. This post isn’t so much about the color but the filament itself. It comes at a high price for half a kilogram but understand you are getting nylon performance at relatively low and easy print settings. It did string a bit for me, good side clippers are recommended.

Recommended Print Settings


  • Hot End – 240 Celsius
  • Bed – 60 Celsius


  • Print Speed – 50mm/s
  • First Layer Speed – 30mm/s
  • Perimeter Speed – 30mm/s
  • Infill Speed – 60mm/s
  • Cooling Fan Speed – 100%


  • Perimeters – 2 or 0.8mm – 1mm
  • Top and Bottom Layers – 4 to 5 or 1mm
  • Infill – 15%


  • Distance – 0.8mm*
  • Speed – 35mm*
  • Z-Lift – 0.6mm


  • Bridge Flow – 85%
  • Bridge Speed – 30mm/s
  • Bridge Cooling – 100%


  • Bed Adhesion – Glue Stick (MUST)
  • Nozzle Type – Brass (Standard)
  • Enclosure – None

* Values will differ for printers with Bowden extruders

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