Types of Resins.
1. Standard: create accurate and robust parts, ideal for rapid prototyping and product development. Surface finish: Perfectly smooth right out of the printer.
2. Tough: Sturdy prototypes that will deform under pressure where other 3D prints fail. Responsive: Parts that absorb force; flexing and returning to form. Rugged: Prints that can tolerate mechanical friction and strain.
3. Castable: Tiny details like prongs line up so you can set stones with confidence.
4. Flexible: Its compression characteristics make this impact-resistant resin ideal for custom gaskets, grips, and flexible joints. Surface Finish: Smooth finish perfect for tactile interfaces, wearables, and prototyping.
5. Dental: Design surgical guides by using implant treatment planning software to integrate CBCT and intraoral scan data. Simply sterilize prints in an autoclave to use surgical guides directly in the mouth during implant surgery.
Resin Process (Specifications)
Types of Filaments.
1. Nylon: Print stronger, flexible and long lasting prints with Nylon. This is an engineering-grade performance material, designed for powerful printing in the lab and workshop. Strength, flexibility and durability enable unparalleled prints. Nylon material is a staple material for functional prototyping and testing for engineers, designers, small business and startups.
2. PLA/ABS: PLA has excellent dimensional stability properties and ABS is a durable, high impact material.
3. Infinity Rinse-Away support material: Break beyond the boundaries set by unachievable overhangs and the laws of gravity, and enter the possibilities of intricate design, degrees of freedom and suspension in space. Ability to print with movement and articulation in one print.
4. SCAN PROCESS.
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