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Print flex filaments with 3Drag/K8200
The 3D printer 3Drag is famous for being completely open and easily hackable.
With a simple modification with the 3Drag you can also print the materials softer and more flexible.
Just download from Thingiverse the filament guide and the extruder base. The latter has been stretched in order to avoid that the filaments can be more soft bend.