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SLA Material Guide
Please note: All photopolymer resins mimic the strength & stiffness properties of similar thermoplastics.
High Detail Resin
This material is ideal for visual / high detailed static models / prototypes. Similar properties to Acrylic; it is brittle in nature and is not recommended for mechanical applications. It has a matt finish.
PE (Durable) Resin
PE (Durable) Resin has a low modulus, low surface friction, high elongation, and high impact strength. It produces parts with a smooth, glossy finish and can also be dyed.
PP (Resilient) Resin
PP (Resilient) Resin has great balance of being stiff and pliant. It also has fast recovery properties, making it ideal for snap fits, springs and hinged parts. Parts are semi matt in finish and can also be dyed.
ABS (Tough) Resin
ABS (Tough) Resin balances strength and compliance, making it the ideal choice for prototyping strong, functional parts and assemblies that will undergo brief periods of stress or strain.
Glass Filled Resin
This resin is reinforced with glass, to offer very high stiffness and a polished finish. This material is highly resistant to deformation over time and is great for printing thin walls and features.
High Temp Resin
High Temp Resin has a heat deflection temperature (HDT) of 238 °C @ 0.45 MPa. Use it to print detailed, precise prototypes with high thermal stability. This is more brittle than other resins.
The softest of all the resins; this 50A Shore material is suitable for prototyping parts normally produced with silicone. Great for parts that bend, stretch, compress, and hold up to repeated cycles without tearing.
This slightly firmer rubber resin has a shore hardness of 80A. This material is suitable for parts under compression, for damping and ergonomic grips and inlays.