Flexible tubing 3D printed on the Fuse Series SLS 3D printers.

Why Choose TPU 90A Powder

Leverage TPU 90A Powder's exceptional strength and flexibility to bring your products to market faster or transform patient care.


Tough & Flexible

High tear strength and elongation for strong, durable, elastomeric parts.


High ROI

The accessible system enables a low cost-per-part for low-to-medium volume production.


Skin Safe

Ideal to produce custom medical appliances or wearable accessories.


Low Waste

A low 20% refresh rate allows you to print with 80% recycled powder for minimal waste.

Applications

Produce works-like prototypes or robust end-use parts in-house with this tough elastomer validated for skin contact.

Wearables and soft-touch elements
Gaskets, seals, masks, belts, tubing
Soles, splints, orthotics, prosthetics
Padding, dampers, cushions

* Material properties may vary based on part design and manufacturing practices. It is the manufacturer’s responsibility to validate the suitability of the printed parts for the intended use.

Various parts printed with TPU 90A Powder on the Fuse Series SLS 3D printer.

Explore TPU 90A Powder's Properties

Explore the mechanical properties of TPU 90A Powder to find out how you can implement it to produce soft, skin-safe parts in-house.

Tear Strength

Tear resistance (or tear strength) measures the ability of sheet or film materials to resist tearing.
Low
90
High

Elongation at break

“Elongation at Break” is a measurement that shows how much a material can be stretched before it breaks.
Low
90
High

Durometer

The Shore durometer is used to measure the hardness of a material, typically of polymers, elastomers, and rubbers. Higher numbers on the scale indicate harder materials, lower numbers indicate softer materials.
Soft
70
Hard