3D printing with SUNLU TPU (Thermoplastic polyurethane) filament creates flexible and elastic parts with a rubber-like elasticity, resilience, and durability. This makes it perfect for applications that require impact-absorption and a soft-touch surface. Some examples of TPU 3D printed parts include tubes, seals, bushings, and vibration dampeners.
Flexible filaments are new 3D printing materials that came out in mid 2016, and they are soft and flexible to the touch. TPU stands for Thermoplastic Polyurethane, and the main use of this material is to build flexible electronic skins, making wearables applications very promising. TPU filament comes in different colors, black, gray, red, blue, white, yellow, orange, pink and green. TPU is the part of material that is specially made for 3D printing flexible electronics on your 3D printer. TPU is non-toxic, odorless and non-polluting. Its great flexibilities are a huge advantage over traditional materials, especially when you're working with electronics like wearables and other wearables applications. After printing with TPU, the material dries out without leaving a smell, and the only thing left to do is remove it from your printer.
Material: TPU Flexible Filament
Diameter format: 1.75 mm
Printing temperature: 200-230°C
Tolerance: ±0.02 mm
Printing speed: 20-40 mm/s
Platform temperature: No need
Net weight: 0.5kg
Gross weight: 0.8kg
Package dimensions: 209 * 209 * 73 mm
Tensile strength: ---
The melt flow rate: 5-8g / 10 minutes (190°C, 2.16kg)
Certificate: RoHS, reach
Suitable For Most Of 1.75MM FDM Printer