Formfutura Engineering Series Heavy Duty

Temperature resistant resin in grey

  • High heat resistance
  • Almost odourless
  • High bending strength
  • Low shrinkage
  • £86.80 (£17.36 / 100 g)

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Colour:
  • Formfutura Engineering Series Tough
  • Formfutura Engineering Series Heavy Duty

Content: 500 g

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Item no.: FF-ENG-HDUTY-0500, Content: 500 g

EAN: 8719956553097

  • High heat resistance
  • Almost odourless
  • High bending strength
  • Low shrinkage

Product information & technical details

Item no.: FF-ENG-HDUTY-0500
Manufacturer No.: ENG-HDUTY-0500
Manufacturers: Formfutura
Content: 500 g
Shore Hardness : D87
Product types: Resin
Light source: LCD , DLP , SLA - Laser
Filament colour: Grey / silver

Description

Formfutura Heavy Duty Resin is a technical photopolymer resin specifically designed for all open-source SLA, DLP and LCD 3D printers in the range of 385 to 405 nm. Our Heavy Duty Engineering resin combines impressive flexural strength with high temperature resistance and durability.

Key Features

  • Bending strength of 135 MPa
  • Stiff and durable
  • High heat resistance of 128 ° C
  • High dimensional accuracy and low shrinkage
  • Almost odourless processing
  • Compatible with all open-source SLA, DLP and LCD 3D printers in the range of 385 to 405 nm

Applications

  • Tools
  • Devices and gadgets
  • Production tools
  • Mould master template for the injection of small quantities
  • Functional prototyping

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Questions & Answers about Formfutura Engineering Series Heavy Duty

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  • Is there any info about the print settings for this resin, or do we just have to guess, and print blind, with a 75,- euro bottle ? :)

    1 Answer, last answered on 26 June 2020

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The first industrial 3D printer was first manufactured in the 80s when the first CAD programmes first appeared on the market.