PolyMaker PolyFlex TPU95 White 3.00mm 750g

Flexible, durable and easy to print TPU with 95A Shore hardness

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Polymaker PolyFlex TPU95 Filament

PolyFlex™ is a family of high-quality flexible materials. It provides the perfect solution for applications where high flexibility and durability are required. PolyFlex™ TPU95 is a thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) based filament specifically engineered to work on most desktop 3D printers. It has a shore hardness of 95A and can stretch more than 3 times its original length.


Flexible & Durable - PolyFlex™ TPU95 features a “Shore A” hardness of 95A, producing flexible parts with excellent durability. Thanks to 3D printing, a model can also be made
more or less flexible depending on its design and infill.

Fun & Functional - The flexible properties of PolyFlex™ TPU95 open up a new dimension of what one can do with desktop 3D printers. Wearable’s, hobby parts, prosthetics, custom gaskets, jigs & fixtures; with PolyFlex™ TPU95 the possibilities are endless.

Wear & Tear Resistance - Featuring an elongation at break result of 330% combined with excellent wear, tear and impact resistance, PolyFlex™ TPU95 is commonly used for a variety of demanding applications.

Formulated For 3D Printing - Flexible filaments are known to be more difficult to work with when compared to rigid filaments. PolyFlex™ TPU95 balances flexibility and usability to provide a unique 3D printing filament that is compatible with a wider range of desktop FDM/FFF 3D printers.

Uncompromised Quality - Polymakers leading quality control process and rigorous inhouse testing ensure reliable printing and consistency across spools and batches.

To learn more about PolyFlex™ TPU95, click the "Why people are using it", "Quality & Technologies" and "Specifications & FAQ" tabs.

PolyFlex TPU95 3D Printing Filament

TPU (Thermoplastic polyurethane) is a flexible 3D printing material. One way to indicate the flexibility and softness of the filament is by looking at the Shore hardness. PolyFlex™ TPU95 displays a shore hardness of 95A, a hardness carefully chosen which allows it to not stretch excessively when pulled by the extruder, improving overall printer compatibility.

  • Excellent flexibility and durability.
  • Excellent impact resistance and resistance to wear.
  • High elongation at break up to 330%.
  • Minimal printing requirements when compared to other flexible filaments.
  • Exhibits excellent dimensional stability.

PolyFlex TPU95

PolyFlex™ TPU95 is a popular material among both hobbyists and professionals interested in 3D printing flexible parts. It's commonly used by hobbyists to 3D print shock absorbent camera and drone parts, the footwear industry to print upper shoes, soles or insoles, professionals to create flexible jigs and fixtures, and is commonly used to print custom gaskets.

 The soft and flexible nature of PolyFlex™ TPU95 continues to provide endless possibilities for creatives and engineers alike.

PolyFlex TPU95 Primer Pump
3D printed primer pump, printed in Black PolyFlex™ TPU95

PolyFlex™ TPU95 offers fantastic printability compared to many other TPU grades and demonstrates excellent dimensional stability, enabling users to print large flexible parts without warping. An enclosure isn't required however may be beneficial in particularly cold or drafty environments. PolyFlex™ TPU95 prints with excellent inter-layer adhesion and it's compatibility with specialized support materials, enabling users with a dual extrusion 3D printer the ability to complex structures and geometry.

PolyFlex TPU95 and PolyDissolve S1

PolyDissolve™ S1 is a dedicated support material engineered for printing water dissolvable supports with perfect interfacing and improved part surface quality. PolyDissolve™ S1 offers excellent compatible with a wide range of material types and Polymaker filaments including PolyFlex™ TPU95.

Polymaker 3D Printing Filament

Polymaker is an international team passionate about 3D printing. They produce the very best 3D printing materials by controlling every stage of production. With a diverse portfolio of materials ranging from high performance plastics to unique aesthetic solutions, Polymaker will continue to add cutting edge materials to its ever-growing portfolio.

At the core of Polymaker is their research & development laboratory, this is where all Polymakers materials are formulated and fine-tuned from the ground up to create the best in class 3D printing materials. Polymakers precision testing equipment combines the latest advancements in technology to ensure they are ahead of the game.

Industry Leading Quality Control

Polymaker 3D Printing Filament

PolyFlex™ TPU95 like all other Polymaker materials is manufactured using state-of-the-art polymer processing technologies and equipment. Polymakers rigorous minimum 8 quality control processes ensure industrial standards of reliability for a consistent customer experience.
Tolerance: Polymakers custom developed extrusion, control and monitoring solutions to ensure filament tolerance and roundness meet Polymakers strict quality standards.
Reliable Mechanical, Colouring & Printing Properties: Every batch of filament products are tested to ensure all quality specs (melt flow, softening point, mechanical, diameter, round-ness) are met.
Drying & Vacuum Sealing: Before packaging, all Polymaker filaments are dried to a moisture level of < 0.1% to ensure the best printing quality and are vacuum sealed to protect the filament from moisture. All vacuum packaged products are left for 24 hours before boxing to ensure they are leak-free.


Transparent Spool: PolyFlex™ TPU95 is wound on Polymakers 750g transparent spools. With the transparent spool, it is easy to see exactly how much filament is left for your next printing project.
Resealable Bag: PolyFlex™ TPU95 is packaged in a vacuum sealed resealable bag to ensure your filament is moisture free. Like all other TPU based filaments, PolyFlex™ TPU95 is mildly hygroscopic so we recommend keeping this bag for filament storage. 

Printing Settings
Nozzle temperature 210˚C - 230˚C 
Build surface material Almost any surface (I.e Glass, Buildtak etc.)
Build surface treatment None required, can apply PVA glue or Magigoo Flex to the build surface
Build plate temperature 25˚C - 60˚C
Cooling fan ON
Printing speed 20mm/s-40mm/s
Recommended support material (optional) PolyDissolve™ S1

Note: Based on 0.4 mm nozzle. Printing conditions may vary with different printers and nozzle diameters.


Before packaging, PolyFlex™ TPU95 is dried to ensure the best printing quality and filaments are vacuum sealed to protect the filament from moisture. When not in use PolyFlex™ TPU95 should be stored away from sunlight in the packaged resealable bag.

PolyFlex™ TPU95 is a thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) based material which makes it hygroscopic. This means that it is susceptible to absorbing moisture from the air which can subsequently effect the quality and mechanical properties of the final prints. We recommend storing PolyFlex™ TPU95 in the PolyBox™ or a dry cabinet during printing to prevent moisture absorption which will lower the quality of the print. The PolyBox™ keeps the filament at dry conditions (relative humidity of 15% or less). 

If you hear popping sounds and notice that the surface quality of your print is uneven or the color is not consistent, this is a likely indicator that the filament has absorbed too much moisture. Spools of PolyFlex™ TPU95 can be dried in a preheated convection oven at 70˚C for up to 12 hours. Results may vary depending on the accuracy of your oven so please be conservative. For more information about filament drying please read our user guide.

Net Weight 750g
Diameter 3.00 mm
Density 1.20 – 1.24 (g/cm3 at 21.5˚C)
Technologies N / A

Technical Data

All testing specimens were printed under the following conditions: Nozzle Temperature = 225˚C, printing speed = 30 mm/s, build plate temperature = 45˚C, infil = 100%
All specimens were conditioned at room temperature for 24h prior to testing.

Mechanical Property Value
Testing Method
100% modulus (X-Y) 9.4 ± 0.3 MPa ISO 527, GB/T 1040
Tensile strength (X-Y) 29 ± 2.8 MPa ISO 527, GB/T 1040
Elongation at break (X-Y) 330.1 ± 14.9 % ISO 527, GB/T 1040
Shore hardness 95A ISO 7619 GB/T 31

We have full MSDS and technical data sheets for PolyFlex™ TPU and all other Polymaker products. Contact us to enquire!

The typical values presented in Polymakers data sheet are intended for reference and comparison purposes only. Due to the nature of 3D printing they should not be used for design specifications or quality control purposes.


PolyFlex™ TPU95 has been engineered with compatibility in mind to print excellently on a wide range of 3D printers.

Flexible filaments tend to have more specific feeding requirements so it is recommended to make sure your filament guide system is smooth and with minimal bends to reduce drag. Any unnecessary drag can result in under extrusion so we also recommend bypassing features that apply pressure to the filament such as mechanical filament detection switches.

Of course with thousands of unique 3d printer models on the market, we can't guarantee each filament type will work with every 3D printer.


Q: Can PolyFlex™ TPU95 be printed at large scales without warping?
A: PolyFlex™ TPU95 offers excellent dimensional stability and can certainly be printed at large scales without warping. Please note while we have never experienced warping with PolyFlex™ TPU95; we recommend a consistent room temperature as printing in a cold environment or with poor first layer adhesion can cause any material to warp.

Q: What support materials can I use with this product?
A: Polymaker’s PolyDissolve™ S1 filament is the recommended support filament for PolyFlex™ TPU95. If your 3D printer is not equipped for multi-material, self-support can be used. 

Don't know where to start? Or which filament will suit your application? We have a broad range of support options including telephone support. Contact us today!

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