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EOS Webinar - Bend the Rules Between Rubbers and Plastics

Does your application require components that are both highly flexible and durable? Do they also need to be robust and shock-absorbing? Then we have just the material for you: thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU).

Check out our EOS webinar "Bend the Rules Between Rubbers and Plastics" on Wednesday 18 March 2020 at 6.00pm to 7.00pm AEDT

Our AM experts will show you how to leverage component design and/or edit process parameters to successfully adapt product characteristics, such as flexibility and damping levels. Get to know this rubber-like material first-hand and discover its hugely versatile applications, ranging from industrial components, such as hoses and sleeves, through to everyday products like handles, shoe soles and damping elements.

Register here now! We hope you will join us.

 

EOS TPU 1301/Digital Foam – the all-rounder for flexible polymer additive manufacturing: marking a huge step towards additive series manufacturing, TPU is ideal for the production of components that need to have the properties of elastomers and be easy to process. The buzzword is additive manufactured foams: made of highly flexible polymer materials like TPU, Digital Foam allows the unprecedented fine-tuning of each voxel (volume pixel) which enables the manufacture of products that offer greater comfort and safety, as well as being lighter and easier to customize.