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Dark Green - 1.75mm TPU Filament - 1 kg

Dark Green - 1.75mm TPU Filament - 1 kg

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Thermoplastic polyurethane has a famous ancestor which it gets more commonly confused with, TPE filament. But this newer version is entirely different from its predecessor as it has higher abrasion resistance, greater chemical resistance, and lower shrinkage.

It is a serious multiuse flexible filament which has excellent layer adhesion.

TPU’s resistance to grease, oil, and solvents making it more useful for industrial applications such as medical devices, power tools, automotive instrument panels, drive belts, caster wheels, footwear, inflatable rafts and mobile phone cases.

It creates rubbery elastic parts, and the less amount of infill you use the more flexible your finished object will be. So, your end print will be a super stretchable object that PLA and ABS cannot print ever.

TPU also has a considerably lower shrinkage as compared to its ancestor TPE, so if you require accurate measurements post printing, it is wiser to stick with TPU. It is also UV resistant and has a better retention of its elastic properties at a lower temperature and higher print resolution than TPE, so it is more suited to making mechanical parts.

It works wonders with printers with two heads since TPU can add that additional layer of the rigid base material to create a soft surface.

Product Description

Thermoplastic Polyester Polyurethane Elastomers with excellent mechanical properties, outstanding wear resistance, good tensile strength, good damping and resilience performance and superior low temperature flexibility.

Typical applications

Sport-shoe soles and accessories, Skiboot shells, technical mouldings, e.g. seals, castor tyres, tubing.

Material Status Commercial: Active
Literature1 Processing - Elastollan (English)
Technical Datasheet (English)
Availability Europe
Features Good Wear Resistance Low Temperature Flexibility Resilient
Uses Footwear
Sporting Goods
Processing Method Blow Molding Extrusion Injection Molding
Physical Nominal Value Unit Test Method
Density 1.21 g/cm³ ISO 1183/A
Mechanical Nominal Value Unit Test Method
Abrasion Loss 30.0 mm³ ISO 4649-A
Elastomers Nominal Value Unit Test Method
Tensile Stress
20% Strain
100% Strain
300% Strain

4.00 MPa
7.00 MPa
20.0 MPa
DIN 53504
Tensile Stress
Yield 3

40.0 MPa
55.0 MPa
DIN 53504
Tensile Elongation 3 (Break) 550 % DIN 53504
Tear Strength 4 90 kN/m ISO 34-1
Compression Set
23°C, 72 hr
70°C, 24 hr

25 %
40 %
ISO 815
Impact Nominal Value Unit Test Method
Charpy Notched Impact Strength

No Break
No Break
ISO 179
Hardness Nominal Value Unit Test Method
Shore Hardness
Shore A, 3 sec
Shore D, 3 sec

ISO 7619
Injection Nominal Value Unit
Processing (Melt) Temp 190 to 220 °C
Mold Temperature 20.0 to 50.0 °C
Extrusion Nominal Value Unit
Melt Temperature 180 to 230 °C