colorFabb TPU 94A HH


colorFabb TPU94A HH is special aromatic polycarbonate-based thermoplastic polyurethane filament. It features a shorehardness of 94A. The material is uniquely suited for parts requiring long term heat performance and flexibility. The material can be printed on most common desktop platforms.


We recommend drying the filament before processing, 4-8 hours at 70C. Longer might be necessary if you still notice effects relating to moisture.


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colorFabb TPU 94A HH 1.75 / 750 44
colorFabb TPU 94A HH 2.85 / 750 45

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colorFabb TPU94A HH is special aromatic polycarbonate-based thermoplastic polyurethane filament. It features a shorehardness of 94A. The material is uniquely suited for parts requiring long term heat performance and flexibility. The material can be printed on most common desktop platforms.

We recommend drying the filament before processing, 4-8 hours at 70C. Longer might be necessary if you still notice effects relating to moisture.

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Specifications

Material:
colorFabb PLA/PHA

Diameter Tolerance:
± 0.1 mm

Tips & Tricks

At colorFabb we have a well equipped 3d printing studio with a lot of popular 3d printers. We know our materials will give you excellent results and to help you get these results here are tips and trick for using colorFabb 3d printing filament.

Adviced 3d printing temperature:

230-240C*

Adviced 3d print speed:

20-30 mm/s

Advised Heated bed (if you have one, not strictly necessary):

80C

Dry before processing
We recommend drying the filament before processing, 4-8 hours at 70C. Longer might be necessary if you still notice effects relating to moisture.

*3d printers have lots of different types of hot-end which makes it extremely difficult to give aan temperature advice. We feel our temperature advice holds for most 3d printers, but should be considered as a starting point for you to find the temperatures that work in you setup. Don’t be afraid to go either higher or lower then our advised temperatures if you feel your set-up needs this.