WolfBlend TPU

Category: TPU

Material Information

TPU 95A - WolfBlend
TPU 95A - WolfBlend

Purchase Options

Company Available Colors
Airwolf3D.com Buy Now Black, Blue, Clear, Red, White

Recommended Support Materials

Mechanical Properties

Property Standard Value Unit
Ultimate Tensile Strength ISO 527 23.8 MPa
Elongation at Break ISO 527 909 %

Hardness Shore

Property Standard Value Unit
Hardness 95 Shore A

Thermal Properties

Property Standard Value Unit
HDT @ 0.45 MPa ASTM D648 44 °C
Glass Transition Temp DSC -35 °C

Physical Properties

Property Standard Value Unit
Density 1.19 g/cm³

Print Settings

Subject Airwolf
Extruder Temperature
  • 235°C
Bed Temperature
  • 60°C
Bed Preparation
  • WolfBite Original for ABS, PETG, TPU, and TPE
Cooling Fan
  • Yes
Closed Chamber
  • Yes
Heated Chamber


Chamber Temperature


Material Management

Subject Airwolf


  • 50°C

Dry Time

  • Heat Only → 4 hours
Recommended Support Material
  • HIPS
  • Keep filament in containers that are tightly closed, in a dry, cool and well-ventilated place.
Compatible Materials


Slicer Settings

Parameter APEX
Material Profile Name TPU, TPU with HIPS
Layer Height 0.2 mm
Nozzle Diameter 0.5 mm
Loops 1.2
Skin 1.2
Infill 31 %

General Comments


  • Exceptional wear, tear and heat resistance
  • High impact strength
  • Easy formability, elastic and flexible
  • Good corrosion resistance to many common industrial oils and chemicals (see Chemical Resistance Table in Print Guide)
  • Engineered for a fast and seamless 3D printing experience, compared to other TPUs


  • Industrial Manufacturing
  • Functional Prototypes
  • Aerospace, engineering, healthcare
  • Seals, tubes, gaskets, grippers, end effectors
  • Shoes and insoles
  • Bushings, gaskets
  • End-use parts
  • Custom phone cases, rubber mats, and stress toys.
  • Sports - applications that need strength, flexibility and plenty of impact strength.
  • Healthcare - 3D-printed organs for pre-surgery prep and custom-designed prosthetics enhance patient care.
  • Can be used for tires or shock absorbers and is even occasionally utilized to make O-rings and seals. In the world of DIY, TPU is fantastic for flexible parts or casings as well as parts that need to have resistance to sudden impacts and movement.
  • In short, if you need to make a custom rubber piece quickly and relatively easily, TPU is your go-to material.


  • One downside to TPU is the printing speeds, which are rarely higher than 30 mm/s. This is because it’s difficult to push the proper amount of filament through the hot end, resulting in prints taking a lot longer to complete.
  • TPU doesn’t produce any notable levels of fumes while printing, but it’s not considered to be food safe. And though it’s a non-soluble material, it is hygroscopic, meaning that it will slowly absorb moisture from its surroundings, degrading over time.

Printing Skill & Experience - Intermediate 

  • When printing, TPU exhibits minimal warping and shrinkage and, like PLA, doesn’t require a heated bed, although it is recommended. The ideal print temperature is between 210 and 230 °C, but this may vary from one manufacturer to another.