Agilus30 is PolyJet’s toughest flexible material to date. This superior, rubber-like photopolymer is ideal for advanced design verification and rapid prototyping. In this edition of 30 on 3D, R&D Engineer, Peter Montgomery, will discuss the benefits of using Agilus30 and how it creates more durable prototypes that can stand up to repeated flexing and bending.
This top-notch PolyJet material offers an improved look and feel as well as enhanced elongation at break (220%-270%), increased tensile strength, and a 200% gain in tear resistance. Agilus30 accurately simulates the function and appearance of rubber-like products and has a Shore A value of 30 in clear or black. Being a stronger material with an advanced performance in functional prototyping, Agilus30 is suitable for applications such as:
Medical device manufacturing – soft tissue simulation for surgical evaluation, surgical planning, and medical training
Tooling – jigs, grips, seals, gaskets, hoses, handles
General Prototyping – rubber-like components and overmolds
Product Development – sporting goods, masks, food storage containers, door seals, consumer goods
Agilus30 is compatible with: