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UV Laser Firm

$38.50

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.

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1Kg

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Best Used for:

• Pliable
• Quick curing
• High accuracy

Compatible Printers:

Compatible with UV Laser printers such as Formlabs, Peopoly Maoi, Nobel and more.

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Properties

Tensile Properties

Tensile Modulus

Tensile Strength

Elongation at break

700 MPa

26 MPa

10%

ASTM D638

ASTM D638

ASTM D638

General Properties

Hardness

Heat Deflection Temperature

Viscosity

Density

Storage

65 Shore D

52 °C

560 cPs

1.18 g/cm3

10<T>50°C

ASTM D2240

ASTM D648 (0.455 MPa)

At 25°C Brookfield spindle 3

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Best Used for:

• Pliable
• Quick curing
• High accuracy

Compatible Printers:

Compatible with UV Laser printers such as Formlabs, Peopoly Maoi, Nobel and more.

View Printer Settings

Properties

Tensile Properties

Tensile Modulus

700 MPa

ASTM D638

Tensile Strength

26 MPa

ASTM D638

Elongation at break

10%

ASTM D638

General Properties

Hardness *

65 Shore D

ASTM D2240

Heat Deflection Temperature *

52 °C

ASTM D648 (0.455 MPa)

Viscosity

560 cPs

At 25°C Brookfield spindle 3

Density

1.18 g/cm3

 

Storage

10<T>50°C

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

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