Jun.21, 2013

After 3D printing with Air-Dry Clays, Plasticines, RTV, Play-Doh, Atlanta-based Hyrel 3D is back again with a new material: Sugru, a self-setting Rubber.

Sugru, an extremely versatile self-setting Rubber, has been successfully 3D printed with the HYREL Emulsifiable Extruder (EMO-25). This material opens up an entirely new door for manufacturing and prototyping.

For example, now, by adding Sugru into the 3D printing process, you can 3D print a Rubber gasket into a 3D model. With the ability to 3D print with four extruder heads at once, the HYREL 3D Printer Engine can deliver four different materials into your 3D print - with a combination of any 3D printable materials, including plastics (ABS, PLA, etc.), clays, Silicone RTV, and now Sugru.

Watch the video below HYREL 3D - 3D Printing with Sugru.



Posted in 3D Printing Technology



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