Sinterit FLEXA Bright Powder 2kg

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Easily-painted off-white material of great strength
  • Highly flexible
  • Exceptional strength
  • Workable porous structure
  • Wide application range
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We Accept Purchase Orders From All Educational Institutions and Eligible Business Customers
Material Specs
  • Material type: TPU
  • Granulation: 26–117 μm
  • Color: Oyster white
  • Refreshing ratio: 0%
Price: $570.00
The estimated lead time is 5-10 business days.

Sinterit FLEXA Bright Powder 2kg

The Sinterit FLEXA Bright powder is an SLS 3D printing material that features great flexibility and tensile strength. This thermoplastic polyurethane elastomer is the strongest of any other Sinterit TPU or TPE powders and boasts the largest elongation break compared to TPE — above 300%.

The rubber material provides the ultimate freedom of design thanks to its off-white color and flexible nature. Due to its structure, it is extremely easy to color with a brush or airbrush or by dipping it into the paint. Another attractive feature is its refreshing ratio — FLEXA Bright can be reused completely without refreshing.

a white model

The FLEXA Bright will be particularly useful in prototyping customer goods, everyday use products, and wearable elements such as costumes, footwear, and make-up components.

This material is compatible with Lisa Pro and Lisa X as well as NILS 480 (on demand).

 

Specifications

  • Net weight: 2 kg (4L)
  • Material type: TPU
  • Granulation: 26–117 μm
  • Color: Oyster white
  • Material refreshing ratio: 0%
  • Tensile strength: 10 MPa
  • Elongation at break: 317%
  • Shore hardness in scale A: 79
  • Softening point: 120 °C
  • Melting point: 190 °C
  • Density: 1.2 g/cm³
  • Bulk density: 500–700 kg/m³
  • Dedicated for: Lisa Pro, Lisa X, NILS 480 (on demand)

The Sinterit FLEXA Bright powder is sold in 2 kg plastic bottles for safe and convenient transportation.

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