3D printers are a lot of fun to play around with. There are plenty of exotic filaments that let you get creative with 3D printing. Filastic happens to be a flexible filament that lets you 3D print objects that don’t fall apart easily. Filastic can resist high compression pressure.
Filastic does not require printer calibration. It is compatible with MakerBot, Ultimaker, Solidoodle, and other 3D printers. You can find out more on Kickstarter.