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Posted · Ultimaker TPU95A

Ultimaker TPU95A is a flexible material and chemical resistant. Printing flexible material is not always easy, but with TPU95A you should have a seamless 3D printing experience. Excellent from printing handles, bumpers or outer shells to reduce damage from wear. How flexible your print is can be influenced via the amount of walls and the type of infill used. Curious? Ask us below what you are trying to achieve! 

 

Have you used TPU95A before? Let us know what you thought below, it might be helpful to new customers considering to use TPU95A. 
 

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    Posted (edited) · Ultimaker TPU95A

    We use this quite a lot, both in Blue and Red.

     

    Not very often do we print pure TPU parts, but we infuse it with PC and PET-G, here are a few pics:

     

    PET-G with TPU:

     

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    PC and TPU:  (top item PEG-G + TPU bottom part PC + TPU)

     

    We have found that it bounds slightly better with PC ( although PC is limited to AA0.8mm nozzle...) 

     

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    Posted · Ultimaker TPU95A

    Hi @Carbon, thank you for your response! I'm very happy to see you happily and productively using TPU. Would you mind elaborating what the function is of TPU in your shown examples? Does it protect against impact or wear? Did you need to make a few versions to learn the proper density coming from the infill pattern? 

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