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New TangoPlus from Quickparts Offers Rubber-Like Performance

By DE Editors

Quickparts (Atlanta, GA) announced that the new TangoPlus FullCure930, rubber-like material for use in rapid prototyping, is available.

The latest material from Quickparts is a semi-translucent elastomer that has exceptional elongation at break, great strength, and a high resistance to tearing. Applications that require rubber-like flexibility and durability, such as gaskets and hoses, seals, athletic toys, and footwear will be good candidates for this material.

The elongation at break of TangoPlus is 218 percent, and it has a Ross Flex measurement in excess of 150,000. TangoPlus is suitable for models that are exposed to rough handling or long use because of its resistance to deterioration.

Adding to the market-proven success of the TangoGray and TangoBlack materials, TangoPlus FullCure930 enhances Quickparts’ repertoire of rubber-like materials for the rapid prototyping and 3D modeling market.

For more information, visit Quickparts.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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