Rubberlike rapid-prototyping material

Dec. 8, 2005
The FullCure Tango line of photopolymer modeling materials sport rubberlike properties and are used in Eden333 PolyJet Rapid Prototyping Systems.

The flexible materials-broaden the spectrum of mechanical properties PolyJet users can reproduce. Tango applications include products with pliable features, such as tires, toys, shoes, gaskets, key pads, overmolding, and automobile-trim components. They come in black and gray. Both have high elongation at break properties so they easily stretch to mate with other components. TangoBlack provides maximum elasticity with a hardness of 61 Shore A. TangoGray is slightly harder at 75 Shore A.

Stratasys Inc., 14950 Martin Dr., Eden Prairie, MN 55344, (888) 480-3548,

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