Figure 4 Rigid 140C Black resin 1kg
[Contains Part A & Part B to mix before use, use within 24 hours]
This innovative material, made with patented filler, provides toughness comparable to injection molded polybutylene glass fiber (PBT GF).
Suitable for housings, casings, and all types of prototyping or production components.
Ideal for automotive under-the-hood and internal cabin end-use clips, covers, connectors, housings & fasteners, electrical latching, and board connectors.
- Versatile with a good combination of elongation, HDT, and tensile strength
- Long-term environmental stability of mechanical properties and performance
- Superior part-on-part friction
- Excellent surface quality, accuracy, and repeatability
- Biocompatible capable per ISO 10993-5
- UL94 HB flammability
- Short thermal cure at 135C
- Material is a two-part epoxy/acrylate hybrid with an A&B part that must be mixed at 19:1 ratio
- Mix new amount for each print unless in the SAME day
- Material Amount = Part Est+100g+(Est*15%)
- May need to add 20% rather than 15% pending the density of print or part
3D Sprint Tips
- General Best Practices apply.
- Default layer thickness for accuracy is at 30um layer thickness.
- Orient small holes (0.5-1mm) parallel to the plate when possible.
- For best results space parts at a minimum of 10mm apart.
- General Best Practices apply
- Manual clean ONLY, do not use sonication
- Wear wet gloves when handling parts to prevent smudges
- Due to the lack of sonication, a soft bristled brush and/or IPA squirt bottle may be required to clear small crevices of uncured resin.
- Note Thermal post cure at 3min ramp rate to 130C and 3-hour steady cure
- Allow parts to cool to room temperature before handling
- Rinse with water – If TPM is not rinsed with water, the part may get blue/white marks on the sidewalls.
- IPA Clean – To prevent degrading the elongation-at-break properties, do NOT exceed recommended time in IPA (1-2 minutes).
- Thermal post cure requires a three-hour hold at 130°C to fully cure the parts. Do not exceed three hours for post curing.