Ideal for SLA-printed rubber-like parts featuring a 80A Shore hardness similar to skateboard wheels.
Flexible resin is suitable for detailed parts that also need to be flexible. This material has an 80A Shore hardness rating for more rigid, flexible parts with a soft-touch finish. Flexible resin can be used to create ergonomic features as part of larger assemblies.
|Tensile Strength||7.7 - 13 MPa|
|Tensile Elongation||85 - 255%|
Flexible Resin is a photopolymer resin specifically designed for 3D printing using SLA or DLP technologies. It is suitable for creating detailed parts that require flexibility. With an 80A Shore hardness rating, it produces more rigid and flexible parts with a soft-touch finish. This makes it ideal for applications where both flexibility and durability are required, such as ergonomic features within larger assemblies.
The technical properties of Flexible Resin include a range of tensile strength and tensile elongation values. The tensile strength typically falls between 7.7 and 13 MPa, representing the material's ability to withstand pulling forces before breaking. The tensile elongation ranges from 85% to 255%, indicating the degree to which the material can stretch before reaching its breaking point.
It's important to note that the specific values provided for the technical properties are approximate ranges and can vary based on factors such as the specific formulation, printing parameters, and post-processing techniques used. For precise and up-to-date technical specifications, it is recommended to refer to the manufacturer's documentation or data sheets for the specific brand and formulation of Flexible Resin being used.