This little boat shows a typical benchmark to see the performance of a through the Creality Ender 3 3D printer, you can print many of these products to test the Creality Ender 3 3D printer before that you can go to print other big products, and compare different 3d printer from these test products.
I would like to use the PLA material to print some modes, PLA is the most commonly flexible filament, one I would say it’s a seven maybe an eight out of ten there are some minor blemishes. But overall it’s pretty good flexible filament is by far, the most exciting filament in my opinion. And so having it through the printer that can print flexible filament is really important to me, personally now, that’s where the conflict starts because most of the printers that I normally use have something called a Bowden extruder, and that’s where you have the extruder motor what pushes the film in forward, connected by a tube to the heating element where the plastic actually gets melted that tube causes friction and is an indication of how well a 3d printer will be able to print flexible filament.
Now on the Creality Ender 3 3d printer that tube is pretty short compared to something like on the Cree LEDs here at 10 and for that reason, I was hoping that Creality Ender 3 would be able to print flexible filament better and it did I’m not saying that this is the best 3d printer for flexible filament but for this frog, it totally worked.