Adaptive3D , the Texas-based additive manufacturing (AM) resin supplier is to debut a new high tear-strength direct curing rubber and polyurethane-like elastomer at Formnext next week.
The material, Elastic ToughRubber 90 (ETR) photopolymer is designed for 3D printing flexible end-use parts for products in the footwear, transportation, industrial and medical industries.
Visitors to the Frankfurt event will be able to see a range of parts produced with the material on booth 12.1, G01.
“Elastic ToughRubber 90 is a tough printable elastomer for all seasons,” said Adaptive3D CEO Walter Voit, PhD. “With stable performance at cold temperatures, a tear strength of 46 kN/m, greater than 200% elongation, and ease of processing, Elastic ToughRubber unlocks the benefits of 3D printing to those who manufacture and sell rubber, polyurethane and foam parts.” The material is said to offer a […]
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