I've been hooked on printing flexible filament at the moment and got it pretty dialed.
so I figured I make some footings for my anet but they'll work on any printer with a 8mm frame.
So print 2 sets of the left and right corners and one 8mm and smaller 5mm strip and then cut to size. The reason for this is because less travel moves on a TPE or Flexible print means alot faster print, also less cleanup of rubber strings in the end result.
I left my cura settings in a screenshot and I print at 230 20%infill with no heat on a glass bed with no dang hairspray or glue stick needed, it just messes up the finish tbh a clean plate leaves a perfect shiny finish on the first layer and holds extremely tight on a flat surface.
You can also refer to the screenshot for how many to print and also how much infill you use will effect the dampening so less= infill= more cushion so try to print them all with same infill %.
BTW the 5mm strips are for front part of the printer that hold the Z extruders or the only part of the printer that has 5mm plexi.