PhotoCentric3DUV DLP Hard

Hard resin for DLP 3D printers in various colours

  • Firm
  • Shore hardness D80
  • For DLP 3D printers
  • $74.16 ($7.42 / 100 g)

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Item no.: UFP-PHODCL01UVHARD, Content: 1 kg

EAN: 5060151501981

  • Firm
  • Shore hardness D80
  • For DLP 3D printers

Product information & technical details

Manufacturer No.: PHODCL01UVHARD
Manufacturers: PhotoCentric3D
Content: 1 kg
Category : Resin
Filament colour: Transparent, White, Red, Green / Turquoise, Grey / silver, Black
Degree of Hardness : Shore D80


The PhotoCentric3D UV DLP Hard Resins are ideal for the production of objects with a hard, glassy surface.

The objects show some shrinkage and harden quickly.

The prints have very high tensile properties and a high Vicat softening and almost no elongation.

More information

Compatible with DLP 3D printers.
Objects will have the specified hardness after 2 hours UV light exposure (36 W).

Hazard and precautionary statements

Signal word: Warning

Precautionary statements:

  • P261 - Avoid breathing dust/fume/gas/mist/vapours/spray.
  • P264 - Wash hands thoroughly after handling.
  • P280 - Wear protective gloves/protective clothing/eye protection/face protection.
  • P302+P352 - IF ON SKIN: Wash with plenty of water/soap
  • P305+P351+P338 - IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing.
  • P321 - Specific treatment (see instructions on this label).

Hazard statements:

  • H315 - Causes skin irritation
  • H317 - May cause an allergic skin reaction
  • H319 - Causes serious eye irritation
  • H412 - Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects

Questions & Answers about PhotoCentric3D UV DLP Hard

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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.