Elastic Resin is a type of photopolymer resin used in stereolithography (SLA) or digital light processing (DLP) 3D printing processes. It is specifically formulated to produce flexible and rubber-like parts with excellent elasticity and elongation properties. Elastic Resin is typically used to create functional prototypes, wearable devices, gaskets, seals, and other applications that require flexibility and resilience.
Here are some key details and properties of Elastic Resin:
- Material Type: Photopolymer resin
- Printing Technology: SLA or DLP
- Application: Flexible and rubber-like parts, functional prototypes
|Tensile Strength||3.23 - 5 MPa|
|Tensile Modulus||22 MPa|
|Tensile Elongation||126 - 160%|
Elastic Resin offers the ability to create parts that can stretch, bend, and compress, mimicking the properties of rubber or elastomers. It provides a balance between strength and flexibility, allowing for the production of functional prototypes that require both durability and elasticity. The specific technical properties of Elastic Resin may vary depending on the resin manufacturer, formulation, and printing parameters.
It's important to note that the Elastic Resin's mechanical properties may degrade over time, especially when exposed to prolonged UV light or harsh environmental conditions. Additionally, Elastic Resin may have limited chemical resistance to certain solvents or chemicals, so compatibility should be considered for specific applications.