Agilus is a flexible, rubber-like resin with superior tear-resistance and elongation at break. It is ideal for concept models and rapid prototyping of rubber components like grips, seals, and non-slip surfaces, or other components that will be subject to repeated flexing and bending.

Close-up view of two black 3D-printed bellows made from Agilus using PolyJet

Technical specifications

Maximum part dimensions

350 x 250 x 100 mm

Standard accuracy

 0.1 – 0.3 mm (varies depending on geometry, part orientation and print size)

Layer thickness

 0.032 mm

Minimum wall thickness

1 mm

Minimum detail size

0.5 mm

Interlocking or moving parts


Internal channels


Surface structure

Slightly rough, matte surface



Tensile strength

ASTM D-412
2.4 – 3.1


Elongation at break

ASTM D-412
220 – 270



Scale A
30 – 35*

Shore A

Tensile tear resistance

ASTM D-624
4 – 7


Compressive set

ASTM D-395
6 – 7



ASTM D-792
1.14 – 1.15


Actual values may vary with build conditions and in relation to the part’s geometry and orientation. Shore values are provided by Stratasys.

*Please note that Agilus is easier to bend than rubbers of the same Shore A hardness.

Please get in touch with our team for more information and guidance.

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Finishing degrees

The right finish can transform your print into a product. Explore the post-production finishes we offer for this material. If you have any questions or special requests, get in touch with us.

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