BASF Ultrafuse TPU64D - 3D Material-Shop
BASF Ultrafuse TPU64D - 3D Material-Shop
BASF Ultrafuse TPU64D - 3D Material-Shop

BASF Ultrafuse TPU64D

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BASF Ultrafuse TPU64D

BASF Ultrafuse TPU64D is a soft, flexible filament that, despite its low shore hardness, can still be processed on almost all FDM 3D printers.

Highlights:

  • High wear and abrasion resistance
  • Very good low temperature flexibility
  • High resistance to oils, fats, oxygen and ozone

Soft, flexible filament, for Bowden-style 3D printers

BASF Ultrafuse TPU 64D combines the best of two worlds: it is a strong yet flexible filament for fused filament fabrication, suitable for all FFF printers. Building on BASF's decades of experience with flexible materials, this material is based on the proven thermoplastic polyurethane Elastollan, which stands for maximum reliability, consistent product quality and cost efficiency.


BASF Ultrafuse TPU 64D is easily compatible with water soluble support materials. Thanks to its property profile, Ultrafuse TPU64D is an excellent alternative to rubber and ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene copolymer) for the manufacture of tools, jigs and fixtures.

Advantages of BASF Ultrafuse TPU64D Filament

  • High wear and abrasion resistance
  • Very good low temperature flexibility
  • High impact resistance
  • Excellent cushioning properties
  • High resistance to oils, fats, oxygen and ozone
  • Compatible with Ultrafuse BVOH water-soluble carrier material

Applications for BASF Ultrafuse TPU64D Filament

  • Flexible functional parts for sports and leisure such as shoes
  • Automotive industry, industrial manufacturing and construction
  • gaskets and sealing rings
  • Bends and compliant mechanisms
  • Devices and supports with non-slip surface
  • Thanks to its property profile, BASF Ultrafuse TPU64D is an excellent alternative to rubber and ABS for the manufacture of tools, jigs and fixtures.
With sales of EUR 59.3 billion (2019), BASF is the world's largest chemical company. The company, which was founded in Mannheim in 1865, now has over 115,000 employees. BASF's headquarters are in Ludwigshafen am Rhein. All 3D printing materials manufactured by BASF Forward AM are manufactured within the EU.

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