Are you looking for a resin to make your items feel more realistic? Our Firm Resin is the way to go. Ideal for creating parts that hold their shape whilst also being able to bend and flex slightly without snapping. This resin produces parts with similar mechanical behaviour to that of Polypropylene.
- Easy to use
- Minimal Shrinkage
- Slight Compressive Ability
LC HR2, LC HR, LC 10″
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Score out of 100 when compared to other resins from our range
Daylight Dental Model
Daylight High Tensile
Glossary of Key Terms
Tensile strength: Ability for an object to withstand pulling (tensile) force. Measured in units of force per cross-sectional area.
% elongation: How much an object can be stretched from its original shape.
Young’s Modulus: How much force is needed to stretch an object.
Flexural Strength: Ability to resist deformation under load.
Flexural Modulus: Measurement of an objects resistance to bend when force is applied (bend modulus).
HDT: Temperature at which a plastic deforms under heat.