Agilus30

Material
Material Jetting - Agilus30

Description

Stratasys Agilus30 is a flexible, high-performance polymer material used in 3D printing applications. It is a rubber-like material ideal for parts requiring durability, elasticity, and strength. The material is perfect for creating tires, automobile parts, and medical device prototypes. Agilus30 is a polyjet-based material that blends several materials, including elastomers and thermoplastics. It offers a Shore A hardness rating of 30 and boasts excellent dimensional stability and resistance to wear and tear. Stratasys Agilus30 is also chemical resistant, making it perfect for parts that require exposure to harsh chemicals or solvents. The material is compatible with advanced 3D printing technologies, allowing for high-quality, intricate designs with fine detail and precision. Its flexibility and strength make Agilus30 an excellent choice for parts that require both durability and flexibility.

Agilus30 Applications

  • Grips
  • Jigs and Fixtures
  • Living Hinges
  • Over-molds
  • Rubber Surrounds
  • Seals
  • Soft-touch Coatings
  • Wearables

Resources

Material Manufacturer: Stratasys

Agilus30 Characteristics

Clear/Translucent, White, Black

  • Flexible
  • Wear and Tear Resistant

Stratasys Agilus30 Mechanical Properties

Mechanical Properties XY

Clear/Transparent & Black

Tensile Strength
348-450 psi
Elongation at Break
220-270%

White

Tensile Strength
305-377 psi
Elongation at Break
185-230%
Mechanical Properties XY

Clear/Transparent & Black

Tensile Strength
2.4-3.1 MPa
Elongation at Break
220-270%

White

Tensile Strength
2.1-2.6 MPa
Elongation at Break
185-230%

Material Jetting

Technology
Max Build Area

19.3 x 15.4 x 7.9 in

Lead Time

1 – 2 Days

Tolerances

First inch ± 0.004 in

Additional inches ± 0.0015 in 

Layer Thickness

High-quality 0.0006 in

High-speed 0.0012 in 

About Material Jetting

Material jetting, also known as MJ, polyjet, or binder jetting, is a 3D printing technology that produces models with a smooth surface finish. MJ can use a combination of rigid and rubber-like materials, allowing the creation of objects with varying levels of flexibility and hardness.

 

One of the main advantages of material jetting is its ability to incorporate multiple materials and colors into a single print. This makes it ideal for designers who require highly detailed and realistic models.

 

MJ is particularly well-suited for producing complex, flexible models, making it a popular choice in automotive, aerospace, and medical device manufacturing industries.

 

In summary, material jetting 3D printing offers many benefits, including excellent surface finish, multi-material and multi-color capabilities, and the ability to produce complex, flexible models.

Design Recommendations

Feature Measurement

Connecting & Moving Parts

0.008 in

Escape Holes

0.04 in

Embossing & Engraving

Width: 0.02 in
Height/Depth: 0.02 in

Holes & Openings

0.02 in

Horizontal Spans

Supports always required

Minimum Features

0.02 in

Pin Diameter

0.02 in

Supports & Overhangs

Supports always required

Walls (Supported)

0.04 in

Walls (Unsupported)

0.04 in
Feature Measurement

Connecting & Moving Parts

0.2 mm

Escape Holes

1 mm

Embossing & Engraving

Width: 0.5 mm
Height/Depth: 0.5 mm

Holes & Openings

0.5 mm

Horizontal Spans

Supports always required

Minimum Features

0.5 mm

Pin Diameter

0.5 mm

Supports & Overhangs

Supports always required

Walls (Supported)

1 mm

Walls (Unsupported)

1 mm