UV Laser Firm
Our range of UV Firm photopolymers are polypropylene-like rigid resins. Parts can be bent and flexed without snapping, allowing for a wide range of applications.
- Quick curing
- High accuracy
Compatible with UV Laser printers such as Form 1+, Form 2, Peopoly Maoi, Nobel
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Score out of 100 when compared to other resins from our range
UV Laser Castable
Glossary of Key Terms
Tensile strength: Tensile strength is the ability of a material to withstand a pulling (tensile) force. It is customarily measured in units of force per cross-sectional area.
% elongation: indication of how much an object can be extended from it’s original shape.
Young’s Modulus: Young’s Modulus is a measure of how much force is needed to stretch or compress a substance.
Flexural Strength: The flexural strength of a material is defined as its ability to resist deformation under load.
Flexural Modulus: (also know as the Bend modulus) is a measure of a materials stiffness/ resistance to bend when a force is applied on the sample.
HDT: is the temperature at which a plastic deforms under heat