UV Materials

Making plastic with ultraviolet

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UV 355

UV 355

Compatible with UV 355 printers sich as Viper 3D Systems

Resin Types:

 Castable, Hard

UV 355 Castable

UV 355 Castable is optimised for investment casting applications. It is formulated to ensure no heavy metal impurities remain after burning. It is organic and does not expand significantly on heating giving reproducible cast parts while still enabling rapid printing and post processing.

355 Castable is versatile and can be used for prototyping without needing to swap out resins. Used in large format SLA machines, this resin is ideal for master patterns and prototype parts.

 

Key Features:

• Antimony-free
• Accurate parts regardless of size
• Good humidity resistance
• Excellent surface finish

Industry:

Casting, Prototyping, Engineering

Compatible Printers:

Compatible with UV 355 Printers such as 3D Systems Viper.

Available in 18kg bottles

£1782 | €2138.40 | $2494.80

Resin Properties

Score out of 100 when compared to other resins from our range

Hover over the properties to understand their meaning.

Tensile Strength

42 MPa

Elongation

9-13%

Young's Modulus

2320-2530 MPa

Accuracy

UV 355 Hard

Our UV 355 Hard is specially formulated to produce accurate, clear prints with superb definition and strong mechanical properties. Parts exhibit similar mechanical and haptic properties to injection moulded ABS or PBT. UV 355 Hard enables fast printing and post processing.

UV 355 Hard is chosen by designers who want high clarity in highly detailed parts or engineers seeking hard durable prototype parts.

 

Key Features:

• Accurate prints
• Easy to print and process
• Rigid and tough

Industry:

Prototyping, Engineering

Compatible Printers:

Compatible with UV 355 Printers such as 3D Systems Viper.

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Available in 18kg bottles

£1782 | €2138.40 | $2494.80

Resin Properties

Score out of 100 when compared to other resins from our range

Hover over the properties to understand their meaning.

Tensile Strength

42 MPa

Elongation

9-13%

Young's Modulus

2320-2530 MPa

Accuracy

Materials Comparison

Score out of 100 when compared to other resins from our range

Resin

Tensile Strength

Elongation

Young’s Modulus

Accuracy

UV 355 Castable

UV 355
Hard

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.