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Carbon Materials are able to provide a broad range of applications from high-strength automotive materials to consumer product elastomers. Carbon Materials Objects of other additive manufacturing approaches are relying on their printing-direction. The final heating phase of the DLS-process solves this problem by initiating a chemical reaction inside of the semi-cured object that determines its technical properties. This process helps Carbon Materials and us to offer the best suitable Carbon Materials for the desired needs. Our printers and Carbon Materials manufacture objects with high resolution and engineering-grade mechanical properties. Be one of the pioneers to access cutting-edge Carbon Materials with PLG Global.
Elastomeric Polyurethane 40
Resilient – resistant – elastic
The EPU family is characterized by a combination of high elongation, energy return and tear strength. Those attributes are suitable for producing elastomeric lattices or foam-like objects.
EPU 40 has higher tear strength, elongation and less stiffness, check out the technical data sheet and let the data speak for itself.
Ultimate Tensile Strength
Elongation at Break
> 130 %
Stress at 50 % Elongation
Stress at 100 % Elongation
Tear Strength, ASTM D624, Die-C (die cut)
Compression Set, 23 °C, 72 hrs, ASTM D395-B
Bayshore Rebound Resilience, ASTM D2632
Tg (DMA, tan(d)), ASTM D4065
Hardness, Shore A, ASTM D2240
73 (instant) 70 (5 sec)
Density, ASTM D792
Relative Abrasion Volume Loss, ISO 4649 A
- Vibration isolation