I'm working up a small part that will attach to the bottom of a camera. It has a flange at the bottom that will allow it to be clamped into a special tripod. But I'm brand spankin' new to shapeways, and I haven't seen the materials except for on the videos. My plan right now is to print it with a tap hole for the 1/4-20 UNC threads and tap the part when I receive it. Then I'll glue in the screw. Will this work? Should I just add the threads to the model? (Is the detail good enough to print screw threads?) It is tapable? Also, I'm assuming the "flexible" part of the name comes from when the parts are thin. If the flange is about 5mm thick will the flexibility go away enough to hold a camera? If it's just rubbery and squishy, then it won't work, but so long as the material holds together, it can give a just a little bit and still work fine. Finally, does it compress? For example, if I pressed down on a solid piece with the shaft of a screwdriver with about 20lb / 10kg, would it dent or compress? Any advice here would be greatly appreciated!!