3D Printing Flexible Materials: 5 Ways to Apply Agilus30 White to Parts in GrabCAD Print

Agilus30 is a rubber-like PolyJet photopolymer. Since it holds up well against repeated flexing and bending, it's great for prototypes and concept models such as grips, hoses and handles.

But what also makes Agilus30 so great is that it can be printed on its own at a natural durometer value of Shore 30A OR it can be mixed with another material to achieve different shore A values and colors.

In this GrabCAD Tutorial, we'll reveal five different ways you can apply Agilus30 White to your parts in GrabCAD Print.

  1. Step 1: Apply Agilus30 White to a Part

  2. Step 2: How to Alter the Shore Value of a Part

    This video demonstrates how to alter the shore value of a part, which is helpful if you want multiple surface types on a part.

    For example, in this video, the engineer wants the inner core of the model to have a rigid shore value with Shore A70; and he also wants the outer shell to have a Shore A30 value, which will give it a soft touch.

    Watch how applying these different values to an assembly is easy in GrabCAD Print!

    Related reading: How to Make Complex Material Assignments to an Assembly Using Digital Materials in GrabCAD Print

  3. Step 3: How to Apply Agilus30 White with Vero Colors

    Learn how to apply Agilus30 White with Vero colored materials to a part so you understand what kind of shore value and flexibility you will get depending on the color you choose. 

  4. Step 4: How to Apply Agilu30 White to Achieve Flexible Color Parts

    This step teaches you how to make specific parts in your assembly flexible using Agilus30 White.

  5. Step 5: How to Print a Textured File Using Agilus30 White

    Learn how to use the Color Profile and Texture Profile in GrabCAD Print. These two profiles will help you achieve the texture you want when you're applying Agilus30 White.

    Related reading: Print Settings for PolyJet Printing