DLP Resins

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3D Printing Material Groups

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Material Properties Table

For DLP Printer Resins

 
 
MODELING
GRAY V2
 
MODELING
TAN V2
 
MODELING
GRAY V3
 
MODELING
TAN V3
 
MODELING
CLEAR
 
MODELING
WHITE
 
MODELING
WHITE V2
 
MODELING
DLP 385 GRAY
 
MODELING
DLP 385 TAN
Group
Tensile(MPa) 65 - 75 65 - 73 53 - 58 52 - 59 62 - 70 50 - 58 57 - 63 42 - 46 40 - 46
Elongation(%) 2 - 4 2 - 3 1 - 2 1 - 2 1 - 5 2 - 3 1 - 2 2 - 4 1 - 3
Impact(J/m) 20 - 25 20-25 17 - 25 23 - 28 28 - 30 21 - 25 21 - 26 19 - 26 20 - 24
Hardness(Shore) 85 - 87D 85 - 87D 85 - 87D 88 - 90D 86 - 88D 87 - 89D 86 - 90D 85 - 87D 85 - 87D
Flexure Strength(MPa) 103 - 118 115 - 120 105 - 115 105 - 118 82 - 90 100 - 105 100 - 105 75 - 77 76 - 80
Flexure Modulus(MPa) 2100 - 2500 2200 - 2450 1900 - 2100 1950 - 2100 1700 - 2000 1770 - 1930 2100 - 2200 1400 - 1450 1400 - 1450
HDT(°F/°C) 152.42/66.9 148.82/64.9 - - 130.82/54.9 143.06/61.7 148/64.5 140.36/60.2 137.84/58.8
Viscosity(cP) - - 390 - 450 380 - 410 340 - 380 300 - 360 420 - 480 330 - 390 300 - 370
Layer thickness(um): - - - - - - 50, 100, and 170 - -
PostCure: - - - - - - ProCure 30°C, 30min - -

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