Photopolymer "Flex" is designed for printing on 3D printers using LCD or DLP technology. This is a truly innovative product that has no analogues on the market.
For a long time it was believed that it was impossible to create a photopolymer that would combine high resistance to temperature changes, be flexible and have high impact strength. However, our specialists managed to overcome the difficulties. The resin can withstand temperature drops from -40 ° C to +240 ° C. At the same time, the material has successfully passed the vibration test without destruction. For a short time, the material can be heated up to 340 degrees without loss of mechanical properties and appearance. What does this mean for users? You can print a form on a printer and fill it with tin (the melting point of tin is 231 ° C). You can even substitute lead for tin.
Physical and mechanical characteristics:
Dynamic viscosity (mPa * s): 23 ° C 667
Kinematic viscosity (cSt): 585
Curing wavelength (nm): up to 410
Shore hardness (D scale): 43
Deformation temperature (° C) ): 240 Charpy notched impact strength
(kJ / m2): not
fractured Charpy notched impact strength (kJ / m2): 17
Strength at break (MPa): 13
Elongation at break (%): 212
Modulus of elasticity at bending (MPa): does not break
Relative deformation in bending (%): does not break
Bending stress (MPa): does not break
Shrinkage (%): 0.9