3D Printing Technology
TPU (Thermoplastic Polyurethane) is a versatile 3D printing material that combines the mechanical properties of both plastic and rubber. This unique material is known for its flexibility, durability, and resistance to abrasion and impact. TPU is capable of withstanding repeated bending, stretching, and compression without losing its shape, making it an ideal choice for applications requiring flexibility and elasticity. Some common uses of TPU in 3D printing include protective cases, seals, gaskets, and wearable devices.
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The maximum physical stress the material can handle before breaking
Shows how flexible the material is and how much it can bend without breaking
Shows the combination of heat, fatigue, liquid, UV and chemical resistance.
Compare average material costs with other materials.
The temperature when the material begins to deform and lose shape.
This chart is based off average figures of the material type, different branded materials and colours will vary.
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