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RPU Rigid Polyurethane material Tough and abrasion resistant, stiff
RPU is our stiffest and most versatile polyurethane-based resin. It performs well under stress, combining strength, stiffness, and toughness. These properties make RPU particularly useful for consumer electronics, automotive, and industrial components, where excellent mechanical properties are needed.
Ultimate Tensile Strength 40 - 55 MPa
Elongation At Break 90 - 140%
Young's Modulus 1500 - 2000 MPa
Heat Deflection Temperature 58 - 70 ºC
Currently offering RPU70 and RPU 130.
FPU Flexible Polyurethane material Tough, impact and abrasion resistant with moderate stiffness
FPU is an impact, abrasion and fatigue resistant semi-rigid material that is a good choice for parts that must withstand repetitive stresses such as living hinges or friction fits.
Ultimate Tensile Strength 28 - 30 MPa
Elongation At Break 270 - 300%
Young's Modulus 750 - 970 MPa
Impact Strength 35 - 45 J/m
Currently offering FPU50 material.
Download the FPU Technical Data Sheet
EPU Elastomeric Polyurethane material Highly elastic, resilient
EPU is a high performance polyurethane elastomer. It exhibits excellent elastic behavior under cyclic tensile and compressive loads. EPU is useful for demanding applications where high elasticity, impact and tear resistance are needed such as cushioning, gaskets, and seals.
Ultimate Tensile Strength 5 - 7 MPa
Elongation At Break 250 - 300%
Young's Modulus 6 - 8 MPa
Tear Strength 15 - 20 kN/m
Currently offering EPU40 material.
Download the EPU Technical Data Sheet
CE Cyanate Ester material High temperature resistance, strength, and stiffness Our Cyanate Ester-based resin is a high performance material with glass transition temperatures up to 225°C [437°F]. Marked by excellent strength, stiffness and long- term thermal stability, CE is useful for under-the-hood applications, electronics, and industrial components.
Ultimate Tensile Strength 90 - 110 MPa
Elongation At Break 2.5 - 4.0%
Young's Modulus 3800 - 4500 MPa
Heat Deflection Temperature 219 ºC
Currently offering CE221 material.
Download the CE 221 Technical Data Sheet
EXP Epoxy Sample High Strength, Accuracy, and Abraison Resistance
EPX is our most accurate high-strength engineering material. It has a heat deflection temperature of 140°C, making it useful in a variety of automotive, industrial, and consumer applications. EPX has mechanical properties similar to glass-filled PBT, a material commonly used in electrical connector fabrication. It has outstanding abrasion resistance, and withstands over 85 MPa of stress before breaking.
Ultimate Tensile Strength 85 - 91 MPa
Elongation At Break 4.5% - 5.9%
Young's Modulus 3035 - 3245 MPa
Heat Deflection Temperature 140 °C
Currently offering EPX 82 material.
Download the EPX Technical Data Sheet
UMA Urethane Methacrylate material General Purpose The UMA family contains rigid resins that are similar to conventional SLA resins. They are perfect for prototyping, tooling and fixture applications. They print quickly and have excellent resolution. They are single-cure resins, therefore post-processing does not require a thermal bake step. UMA resins are available in six colors - Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black, White and Gray. These colors can be mixed to create custom colors.
Ultimate Tensile Strength 43 - 49 MPa
Elongation At Break 15 - 19%
Young's Modulus 1900 - 2100 MPa
Yield Strength 43 - 49 MPa

We are currently offering UMA90 material.
Download the UMA Technical Data Sheet
DPR Dental Production Material Prints Fast and Accurately
DPR 10 resin is perfect for dental models and dies with fast and highly accurate printing. The stone color is appropriate for dental and orthodontic use. It can be reclaimed for cost-effective use.
Ultimate Tensile Strength 42 - 50 MPa
Elongation At Break 3% - 5%
Young's Modulus 1500 - 1500 MPa
Heat Deflection Temperature 61 ºC
Currently offering DPR 10.
Sil 30 Silicone Material for Carbon 3D Printing Soft Touch, Biocompatible and Tear Resistant
As the first additive material that offers a unique combination of biocompatibility, low durometer and tear-resistance, SIL 30 (silicone urethane) offers the ability to print customized applications that are comfortable against the skin. Create wearable items like headphones, wristbands, bike handles, etc. SIL is a specialty material available for specific product applications. SIL is comparable to commercial TPEs with a Shore A hardness of 35.
Ultimate Tensile Strength 3.4 MPa
Elongation At Break 330%
Tear Strength 9.6 kN/m
Durometer 35, Shore A
Currently offering DPR 10.
MPU 100 Medical Polyurethane Biocompatible, Sterilizable, and Durable
MPU 100 is Carbon’s first medical-grade material, designed to help medical product manufacturers accelerate product development cycles and improve the quality of their products. Similar to Carbon’s rigid polyurethane materials, MPU 100 is a two component material that produces isotropic parts with fine features.
The material offers a unique combination of biocompatibility, sterilizability, and durability, in addition to engineering-grade mechanical properties, abrasion resistance, and chemical resistance. Carbon has performed biocompatibility testing with documentation to support the material passing USP-VI and ISO 10993-5 and -10. Additionally, MPU 100 is sterilizable using ethylene oxide, e-beam, and gamma, and maintains its biocompatibility (i.e. passes cytotoxicity testing) post-sterilization.
Ultimate Tensile Strength 38 MPa
Elongation At Break 25%
Izod Impact (Notched) 29 J/m
Heat Deflection Temperature 48 °C
Currently offering MPU 100.
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Carbon DLS Materials Rigid Polyurethane (RPU)

Rigid Polyurethane (RPU)

Carbon DLS Materials Flexible Polyurethane (FPU)

Flexible Polyurethane (FPU)


Carbon DLS Materials Silicone Polyurethane (SIL)

Silicone Polyurethane (SIL)

Carbon DLS Material Cyanate Ester (CE 221)

Cyanate Ester (CE 221)