DruckWege Type D Pigment-Free

UV-sensitive resin for 3D printers in pigment-free shade

  • Fast curing
  • High level of detail
  • VOC-free
  • Shore hardness: D82
  • $81.66 ($8.17 / 100 g)

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Delivery on Wednesday, 29 May: Order before Monday at 14:00.

Colour:
  • DruckWege Type D Black
  • DruckWege Type D Light Grey
  • DruckWege Type D Blue
  • DruckWege Type D Dark Grey
  • DruckWege Type D Green
  • DruckWege Type D Orange
  • DruckWege Type D Pigment-Free
  • DruckWege Type D White
  • DruckWege Type D Red
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Item no.: DW-TDS-PF-1000, Content: 1.000 g

EAN: n/a

  • Fast curing
  • High level of detail
  • VOC-free
  • Shore hardness: D82
200 g: $24.99 ($12.50 / 100 g)
500 g: $53.33 ($10.67 / 100 g)
1.000 g: $81.66 ($8.17 / 100 g)

Product information & technical details

Item no.: DW-TDS-PF-1000
Manufacturer No.: TDS-PF-1000
Manufacturers: DruckWege
Content: 1.000 g
Shore Hardness : D82
Product types: Resin
Filament colour: Natural

Description

DruckWege Resin is a special resin with industrial properties, which was developed for 3D printers with DLP / LCD light sources. The resins are very durable, easy to paint and have exceptional physical properties.

Properties:

  • Fast curing
  • High level of detail and sharp contours
  • Creates a smooth and dry object surface
  • VOC-free
  • Viscosity: 33-57 mPa / s
  • Shrinkage: approx. 2% +/- 1%
  • Shore hardness: D82

DruckWege Resin cures under UV light.

DruckWege Resin is compatible with:

  • B9 creator
  • 3D Facture Draken
  • YHD-101
  • Wanhao D7 v3
  • Kudo3D
  • Anycubic photon
  • SLASH
  • Gizmo
  • Mono Printer
  • Phrozen Shuffle
  • Zortrax Inkspire
  • and many more.

More information

The recommended exposure times can be found here: Exposure times

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The concept of the 3D printer came about from an American inventor and engineer, Chuck Hill, during the s80s. He also founded the company called 3D Systems.