UV DLP High Tensile

$77.00

Our High Tensile UV DLP photopolymer is ideal for making objects with a high tensile strength and hardness. Objects cannot be bent or compressed easily and remain strong over long periods of time.

59 in stock

1Kg

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Key Features:

• Durable
• Rigid and strong
• High Print Accuracy

Applications:

• Prototyping
• Engineering

Compatible Printers:

UV DLP and UV LCD Printers such as LC Dental, MoonRay, Asiga, Envisontec, Flashforge, Anycubic, Wanhao, Phrozen, Sparkmaker, Kudo Bean and more.

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Properties

Tensile Properties

Ultimate Tensile Strength *

Elongation at break *

65 MPa

6%

ASTM D638

ASTM D638

Flexural Properties

Flexural Modulus *

1910 MPa

ASTM D790

General Properties

Hardness *

Heat Deflection Temperature *

Viscosity

Density

Storage

Colour

80 Shore D

63 °C

510 cPs

1.16 g/cm3

10<T>50°C

Grey

ASTM D2240

ASTM D648 (0.455 MPa)

At 25°C Brookfield spindle 3

* Post cured for 1hr at 60°C in Cure L2

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Key Features:

• Durable
• Rigid and strong
• High Print Accuracy

Applications:

• Prototyping
• Engineering

Compatible Printers:

UV DLP and UV LCD Printers such as LC Dental, MoonRay, Asiga, Envisontec, Flashforge, Anycubic, Wanhao, Phrozen, Sparkmaker, Kudo Bean and more.

View Printer Settings

Properties

Tensile Properties

Ultimate Tensile Strength *

65 MPa

ASTM D638

Elongation at break *

6%

ASTM D638

Flexural Properties

Flexural Modulus *

1910 MPa

ASTM D790

General Properties

Hardness *

80 Shore D

ASTM D2240

 

Heat Deflection Temperature *

63 °C

ASTM D648 (0.455 MPa)

Viscosity

510 cPs

At 25°C Brookfield spindle 3

Density

1.16 g/cm3

 

Storage

10<T>50°C

Colour

Grey

* Post cured for 1hr at 60°C in Cure L2

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.

 

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