3D Printing Materials

EPU 40

At a glance

Process

Carbon DLS

Color

Black

Resolution

0.075 mm

Max Print Size

189 x 118 x 326 mm

About the Material

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EPU 40 offers a combination of tear strength, energy return, and elongation making it perfect for impact absorption, vibration isolation, gaskets, and seals. It is a good choice for applications where high elasticity and tear resistance are needed. It is comparable to commercial TPUs with a Shore A hardness of 70.

Material Properties

Ultimate Tensile Strength

19 MPa / 2700 PSI

Elongation at Break

300%

Durometer (Shore A Hardness)

68

Tear Strength

20 kN/m / 114.2 lbf/in

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