Flexible PolyJet material properties
Flexible PolyJet materials like Stratasys Agilus30 and TangoPlus as well as our IORA Model Flex materials offer unique properties that are ideal for creating parts and prototypes that require flexibility and elasticity. These materials are popular in various industries, including automotive, aerospace, consumer goods, and healthcare. Our counterpart materials IORA Model Flex in white and black combine both materials, Stratasys TangoPlus and Agilus30, in one.
One of the primary advantages of flexible PolyJet materials is their ability to simulate rubber-like properties, making them ideal for creating parts that require shock absorption, vibration dampening, and impact resistance. Additionally, these materials have excellent tear-resistance and can withstand repeated flexing and bending without breaking or cracking, ensuring that the printed parts remain durable and reliable over time. Furthermore, flexible PolyJet materials are compatible with multi-material printing, which enables the creation of complex parts with varying shore hardness.
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Flexible Material Applications
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By combining the PolyJet materials, it is possible to achieve different hardness levels and colors to print realistic full-color models.