295 vendors offer Rubber-like (TPU) 3D printing service with delivery to All Locations. On Treatstock you can find both small and large bureaus with experience in additive manufacturing. To narrow your search further, you can select a specific 3D printing technology or sort the vendors via rating to see the best of all companies. If you have a 3D file on hand, upload it to “Instant Order” to get a quote and place your order.
Looking for custom parts made with Rubber-like (TPU)? We have gathered all suitable 3D printing services with delivery to All Locations.
TPU material is an elastic, oil/grease resistant, and abrasion-resistant material with a Shore Hardness of 95A. TPU Plastic has several applicable uses including automotive instrument panels, caster wheels, power tools, sporting goods, medical devices, drive belts, footwear, inflatable rafts, and a variety of extruded film, sheet and profile applications. It is also commonly used in mobile phone cases.
3D printing prices range based on the size and complexity of your model. To speed up the process you can drop your 3D model into the Instant order widget. Then, choose the material type and specify Rubber-like (TPU) in the drop down menu. Our system will show you the costs immediately, so you can decide whether or not you’d like to place an order.
3D printing starts from a model, so it is necessary to have a file. Fortunately, many companies that provide additive manufacturing can help you design the parts. For more complex modeling tasks, consider hiring a professional 3D designer.
Treatstock aims for transparent workflow between 3D printing companies and customers for great results. To make sure you have all the information needed to choose your manufacturing partner, you can check the company’s response rate and customer reviews for each service provider. Examples of their previous jobs can give you an idea of the usual quality a certain print shop delivers. The full list of their available materials is included as well.
Our support team is always available for assistance. To learn more about 3D printing technologies, visit our manufacturing guide. And the material guides will help you find out more about all available manufacturing mediums.