Endur Simulated Polypropylene 3D Printing Material from Stratasys [VIDEO]

Article by Rod Mackay updated April 7, 2014

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Today Stratasys released their latest material, Endur, an advanced simulated polypropylene material for PolyJet-based Design Series Precision 3D Printers. As a durable and flexible addition to Stratasys’ growing materials portfolio, Endur offers both high impact resistance and elongation at break, resulting in tough parts with great surface finish.

Offered in a bright white colour, Endur is an excellent solution for flexible, snap fit applications, packaging, containers and white appliances requiring high toughness.

Unique part capabilities and properties include:

  • Advanced simulated polypropylene
  • Higher impact strength
  • Higher heat temperature
  • Increased dimensional stability
  • Excellent surface finish

Application best fits include:

  • Living hinges and flexible closures (Example: spice tins, dispenser closures)
  • Reusable containers and packaging (Example: cd & movie cases, SD card tote)
  • Snap fit housings (Example: ear bud cases, automotive components like gear boxes and housings)
  • White appliances (Example: consumer goods, household appliances, consumer electronics and automotive parts)

 Available now for Objet30 Pro™, Objet Eden™ Series and Objet Connex™ Family 3D Printers.

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Rod Mackay

Rod has been using 3D CAD software for over 25 years and has trained thousands of designers to use their CAD systems more effectively. Rod is the Javelin Webmaster and is based in Ottawa, ON., Canada.