Simulated Rubber Material

Elastico™ is a superior rubber-like PolyJet™ photopolymer family ideal for advanced design verification and rapid prototyping. Get more durable, tear-resistant prototypes that can stand up to repeated flexing and bending.

3D print rubber surrounds, overmolds, soft-touch coatings, living hinges, jigs and fixtures, wearables, grips and seals with improved surface texture.

Elastico Material Properties

Behaviour and use


3 - 5 MPa
(435 -725 psi)


5 - 7.5 Kg/cm
(28 - 42 lb/in)


360 - 400%


45 - 50 Scale A

Main Uses

With Rubber-like PolyJet photopolymers, you can simulate rubber with different levels of hardness, elongation and tear resistance. Available in two colours, clear and black, Rubber-like material enables you to simulate a very wide variety of finished products, from handles to footwear.

Create realistic prototypes to test and verify any design that includes rubber. Simulate soft-touch coatings, nonslip surfaces, rubber surrounds or overmolding. Test and verify grips, pulls, handles, gaskets or footwear. A range of Rubber-like and Digital Materials let you zero in on exactly the elastomer properties you need.

Top Applications
  • Exhibition and communication models
  • Rubber surrounds and over-molding
  • Soft-touch coatings and non-slip surfaces for tooling or prototypes
  • Knobs, grips, pulls, handles, gaskets, seals, hoses, footwear

PolyJet Material Profile

Learn more about 3D printing Elastico parts

Superior flexible material available in two different colours

Elastico comes in both black and clear and is prominently featured on both the Stratasys J55 Prime and the Stratasys J35 Pro 3D printers. As multi-material printing becomes quintessential in large manufacturing verticals including automotive, industrial, and consumer goods, the ability to simulate over-molding, living hinges, and gaskets or seals is essential in today's manufacturing world.

PolyJet Material Applications

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Elastico Specification & Features

Mechanical PropertiesTest MethodValue
Tensile StrengthASTM D-4123 - 5 MPa (435 -725 psi)
Elongation at BreakASTM D-412360 - 400%
Compressive SetASTM D-3950.8 - 1.7 %
Tensile Tear StrengthASTM D-6245 - 7.5 Kg/cm (28 - 42 lb/in)
Shore Hardness (A)ASTM D-224045 - 50 Scale A
Polymerized DensityASTM D-7921.1 - 1.3 (g/cm3)


Stratasys J55 PrimeHigh Speed mode:
18 microns (0.0001 in.)
(WaterJet removable)
Black, Clear
Stratasys J35 ProHigh Speed mode:
18 microns (0.0001 in.)
(WaterJet removable)
Black, Clear

PolyJet™ Technology

Advantages of 3D printing Elastico with a Stratasys PolyJet Machine

Proven Technology

Stratasys PolyJet 3D Printers are based on proven technology, which creates precise prototypes that set  the standard for finished-product realism. Their fine resolution makes complex shapes, intricate details  and smooth surfaces possible.

Advanced 3D Printing

PolyJet 3D Printing works by jetting layers of liquid photopolymer onto a build tray and instantly curing them with UV light. The fine layers build up to create a precise 3D model or prototype. Models are ready to handle right out of the 3D printer, with no post-curing needed.

Better ideas, easier sell

Stratasys PolyJet 3D Printers improve communication and collaboration because they produce amazingly  accurate representations of your ideas that you can share with your team and your clients for a faster, more confident buy-in.

Compatible 3D Printers

Stratasys Machines that can print with Elastico material

Stratasys J55 3D printer

Stratasys J55 Prime

The Stratasys J55 3D printer offers designers with unparalleled full colour part realism, in an office or studio environment, at an affordable price.

Stratasys J35 Pro

Stratasys J35 Pro

Stratasys J35 Pro is an affordable PolyJet Multi-material Desktop 3D Printer. Produce jigs, fixtures, functional parts, prototypes and concept models.

Need to 3D print with Elastico?

Call us free at  1-877-219-6757  to speak to an expert, or send us your CAD model and we'll 3D print it with Elastico material