DruckWege Type D Castable Wax

Grey resin made especially for reliable castings

  • Hardly any ash residue
  • Short exposure times
  • Smooth surfaces
  • £119.40 (£23.88 / 100 g)

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Dispatch on 07.09.2020

Content: 500 g

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Item no.: DW-TDC-DW-500, Content: 500 g

EAN: 4270000944178

  • Hardly any ash residue
  • Short exposure times
  • Smooth surfaces

Product information & technical details

Item no.: DW-TDC-DW-500
Manufacturer No.: TDC-GR-500
Manufacturers: DruckWege
Content: 500 g
Product types: Resin
Light source: LCD, DLP


With the Type D Castable Resin, reliable castings can be realized. The resin was developed for DLP or LCD 3D printers and is characterized by particularly short exposure times and smooth surfaces. It burns almost residue-free, which significantly improves the reproducibility of the cast.

A high percentage of wax in the material contributes to the clean burning process. The resin is suitable for printing burn-out blanks of jewellery models such as rings, jewellery elements or other products. The casting wax resin is, therefore, a real all-round material for investment casting.

The colour of the Castable Wax Resin is ash grey, which enables an optimal contour view after printing. The material was also tested in plaster-bonded investment materials.

The resin allows wax patterns to be printed for investment casting and is therefore suitable for the production of dental casting applications and items for jewellery production.

DruckWege Resin is an acrylic resin with industrial properties that was developed and tested for 3D printers with DLP / UV light sources:

  • B9 Creator
  • 3D facture draken
  • YHD-101
  • Wanhao D7 v3
  • Kudo3D
  • Atum3D
  • Anycubic Photon
  • Gizmo
  • mono Printer
  • Phrozen Shuffle
  • Zortrax Inkspire
  • and many more.

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