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Plastics & Elastomers
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Plastics & Elastomers
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Carbon
EPU 40 by Carbon is an elastomeric polyurethane grade. It exhibits high elasticity, excellent tear resistance, low resiliency and high elongation. It is designed for processing by 3D printing. It is... view more
Features
  • Elasticity High
  • Elongation High
  • Tear Strength Good
Carbon
SIL 30 by Carbon is a soft and biocompatible silicone urethane elastomer grade. It exhibits excellent tear resistance, low durometer. It is designed for processing by 3D printing. It is available in... view more
Features
  • Biocompatible
  • Soft
  • Tear Strength Good
Kane International
KFILM™ 2010 by Kane International is an aliphatic, tin-free thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) elastomer grade with high molecular weight. Is a polyvinyl butyral (PVB) compatible, NPOH and NPAC... view more
Applications
Features
  • Adhesion Good
  • Aliphatic
  • Flexibility Low Temperature
  • Molecular Wt High
  • ...
Kane International
KFILM™ 2010HS by Kane International is an aliphatic, tin-free thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) elastomer grade with high molecular weight and higher solids. Is a polyvinyl butyral (PVB) compatible... view more
Applications
Features
  • Adhesion Good
  • Aliphatic
  • Flexibility Low Temperature
  • Molecular Wt High
  • ...
Kane International
KFILM™ 2070 by Kane International is a 100% aliphatic, tin-free thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) elastomer grade with high molecular weight. Is a nitrocellulose compatible, ethyl alcohol (ETOH) and... view more
Applications
Features
  • Aliphatic
  • Flexibility Low Temperature
  • Gloss High
  • Molecular Wt High
  • ...
Kane International
KFILM™ 2071 by Kane International is a hard, 100% aliphatic thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) elastomer grade, containing tin. Is a nitrocellulose compatible, ETAC and IPA soluble grade, offering... view more
Features
  • Adhesion Good
  • Aliphatic
  • Gloss Low
  • Hardness High
  • ...
Kane International
KFILM™ 2072 by Kane International is a soft, 100% aliphatic thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) elastomer grade, containing tin. Is a nitrocellulose compatible, ethanol (ETOH) dilutable and ETAC... view more
Features
  • Adhesion Good
  • Aliphatic
  • Gloss Low
  • Molecular Wt High
  • ...
Biobased thermoplastic elastomer following ASTM D6866 norm. It is biodegradable and compostable in agreement with standards in use (EN 13432) and is partially biobased. Can be processed mainly on... view more
Features
  • Biodegradable
  • Compostable
  • Flexibility High
  • Food contact approved
  • ...
Reynolds Advanced Materials
Smooth-Cast® 300 by Reynolds Advanced Materials is a bright white colored, ultra-low viscosity, virtually bubble free, water insoluble thermoplastic polyurethane elastomer (TPU) grade having a musty... view more
Features
  • Durable
  • Machinable
  • Moisture Absorption Low
  • Paintable
  • ...
Reynolds Advanced Materials
Smooth-Cast® 300Q by Reynolds Advanced Materials is a bright white colored, ultra-low viscosity, virtually bubble free, water insoluble thermoplastic polyurethane elastomer (TPU) grade having a... view more
Features
  • Durable
  • Machinable
  • Moisture Absorption Low
  • Paintable
  • ...
Reynolds Advanced Materials
Smooth-Cast® 305 by Reynolds Advanced Materials is a bright white colored, ultra-low viscosity, virtually bubble free, water insoluble thermoplastic polyurethane elastomer (TPU) grade having a musty... view more
Features
  • Durable
  • Machinable
  • Moisture Absorption Low
  • Paintable
  • ...
Reynolds Advanced Materials
Smooth-Cast® 310 by Reynolds Advanced Materials is a bright white colored, ultra-low viscosity, virtually bubble free, water insoluble thermoplastic polyurethane elastomer (TPU) grade having a musty... view more
Features
  • Durable
  • Machinable
  • Moisture Absorption Low
  • Paintable
  • ...
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