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Agilus 30

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Agilus 30 is the top choice for designers and engineers seeking to create prototypes that closely resemble rubber products. Its durability, tear-resistance, configurable Shore A value, and ability to simulate the look, feel, and function of rubber make it an invaluable tool for advanced design verification, rapid prototyping, and the production of a wide range of rubber-like components.

Average Lead Time:

3-5 Business Days

Machines Used: 

Stratasys Connex3 500

Stratasys Connex3 350

Stratasys Connex3 260

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Agilus 30 rubberlike part
Agilus 30

Material Overview

Agilus 30 is a versatile and flexible photopolymer material used in 3D printing, known for its rubber-like properties. It's part of the Stratasys family of materials, designed for their PolyJet 3D printing technology. Agilus 30 is often chosen for its unique combination of flexibility and toughness, which allows it to mimic the feel and behavior of rubber.

Mechanical Properties

Mechanically, Agilus 30 stands out due to its high tear resistance and elongation at break, which can exceed 200% in some conditions. This flexibility enables it to withstand repeated bending and flexing without losing its shape or integrity. Its Shore A hardness typically ranges around 30-95, indicating a level of softness suitable for applications requiring a rubber-like feel.

Chemical Compatibility

Chemically, Agilus 30 is known for its good resistance to various common substances, including water, cleaning solutions, and various organic compounds. However, it is less resistant to long-term exposure to aggressive chemicals, such as acids and solvents, which can cause material degradation over time.

Thermal Properties

In terms of thermal properties, Agilus 30 has a moderate heat resistance. It can maintain its properties in environments up to about 50-55°C, but prolonged exposure to higher temperatures can lead to deformation or loss of mechanical properties.


Agilus 30's applications are diverse due to its unique properties. It's frequently used for prototyping parts that require rubber-like characteristics, such as gaskets, seals, and overmolded parts. It's also used in the design of soft-touch components and living hinges. Additionally, its realistic texture and flexibility make it suitable for ergonomic and wearable products, including medical models and consumer goods requiring a soft feel.



  • Overmold prototypes
  • Grips and soft touch parts
  • Pads, buttons and other interface elements
  • Gaskets, couplings and joints

Material Characteristics

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