Kimya Blue TPU-92A 3D Printing Filament - 1.75mm (750g)

Kimya Brand 3D printing filament from Armor Group was developed with end-use performance in mind so that you can spend more time innovating, and less time post-processing your functional parts. Kimya brand filaments have a beautiful surface finish and allow you to take your finished 3D printed parts right off of the print bed, and utilize them straight away in your end-use application. Armor Group’s Kimya TPU-92A 3D printing filament is no exception. It is highly flexible and elastic, meaning it is resistant to abrasion, impact, and stretching. It is also chemically stable and resistant to solvents and oily/greasy substances.

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KIMYA’S TPU-92A 3D PRINTING FILAMENT IS A HIGH-PERFORMANCE FLEXIBLE MATERIAL THAT IS READY FOR YOUR END-USE APPLICATIONS

Kimya TPU-92A 3D Printing Filament by Armor Group is a high-performance TPU 3D printing filament with a Shore Hardness Rating of 92A, which boasts many enhanced mechanical properties. Kimya TPU-92A is highly flexible and elastic, so it can be folded, squished, and stretched without tearing or breaking--it can even be stretched up to 350% of its initial size! Kimya TPU-92A also features excellent impact resistance and absorption while also being chemically stable. If your end-use application requires your 3D printed part to contact solvents, oil, or grease, Kimya TPU-92A 3D Printing Filament will continue performing. It is also innately abrasion and wear-resistant, making it a great choice for creating end-use parts for the automotive, electronics, consumer goods, or even sports equipment industry. Like all Kimya 3D Printing Filaments, TPU-92A has a beautiful, shiny surface finish and comes in three awesome colors.

A flexible lattice sheath 3D printed in Kimya TPU-92A 3D printing filament. It can be squished, bent, and stretched while maintaining its shape and integrity. Note the beautiful surface finish obtained with Kimya brand 3D printing filaments.

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