Those of you lucky enough to own a 3D printer that have wished for the ability to create flexible 3D printed objects may be interested in Filastic, a new flexible 3D printing filament that has been created by BotFeeder based in Toronto Canada.
BotFeeder has taken to Kickstarter to raise the required $10,000 to take the new flexible 3D printing filament to the consumer market and is nearly almost halfway there with still 27 days remaining on the campaign.
Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the properties of Filastic and how it may be able to help you create a wide variety of different objects using your 3D printer. BotFeeder explains a little more :
“Most flexible filaments have average flexibility. With our dedication, we are able to come up with this special formula to make our filament more flexible. This flexible characteristic allows more products to take advantage of Filastic.
BotFeeder Filastic is a flexible 3D filament unlike any other. We have put many hours into research and development to make it high quality, safe, and consistency, while keeping costs down in order to achieve a great price. So, what makes Filastic so unique?”
The BotFeeder Filastic flexible 3D printing filament is now available to pledge for over on the Kickstarter site with rewards starting from just $35.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Technology News