Daylight High Tensile

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When strong parts are required, High Tensile is the resin of choice. Capable of producing incredibly detailed parts along with great strength, higher than that of injection moulded Polycarbonate with similar mechanical behaviour. Our 3D High Tensile Resin enables you to 3D print extremely strong and durable parts while maintaining an incredibly high accuracy.

15 in stock

1Kg

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Key Features:

• High tensile strength
• Minimal shrinkage
• High accuracy

Application:

• Engineering

Compatible Printers:

LC HR2, LC HR, LC 10″ (Not suitable for UV 3D printers)

Properties

Tensile Properties

Tensile Strength *

Elongation at break *

81 MPa

4.8%

ASTM D638

ASTM D638

Flexural Properties

Flexural Modulus *

2330 MPa

ASTM D790

General Properties

Hardness *

Viscosity

Density

Storage

Colour

92 Shore D

980 cPs

1.09 g/cm3

10<T>50°C

White

ASTM D2240

At 25°C Brookfield spindle 3

* Post cured for 2hr at 60°C

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Key Features:

• High tensile strength
• Minimal shrinkage
• High accuracy

Application:

• Engineering

Compatible Printers:

LC HR2, LC HR, LC 10″ (Not suitable for UV 3D printers)

Properties

Tensile Properties

Tensile Strength *

81 MPa

ASTM D638

Elongation at break *

4.8%

ASTM D638

Flexural Properties

Flexural Modulus *

2330 MPa

ASTM D790

General Properties

Hardness *

92 Shore D

ASTM D2240

Viscosity

980 cPs

At 25°C Brookfield spindle 3

Density

1.09 g/cm3

 

Storage

10<T>50°C

Colour

White

* 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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