PrimaCreator UV / DLP Resin 500 ml

Affordable resin for many common UV 3D printers in a small container

  • Optimized for UV light source 395 - 405 nm
  • Fast curing times
  • Very low odour
  • Excellent print quality
  • $44.16 ($8.83 / 100 ml)

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Item no.: PPN-PV-RESIN-B405-0500-CL, Content: 500 ml

EAN: 7340002114378

  • Optimized for UV light source 395 - 405 nm
  • Fast curing times
  • Very low odour
  • Excellent print quality

Product information & technical details

Manufacturers: PrimaCreator
Content: 500 ml
Shore Hardness : D85
Product types: Resin
Filament colour: Transparent, White, Beige, Red, Green, Grey / silver, Black

Description

This resin from PrimaCreator's VALUE line is a high-quality resin made from the highest quality materials. After curing, the result is a rock hard print with very little shrinkage. The finished print is a monochrome part with a nice semi-matt surface with excellent details and smooth layer transitions.
If you opt for the transparent resin, you have a crystal clear piece that is truly stunning.

The VALUE resin offers many advantages over other brands. One of the most important features is that it has less odour than other resins.

The resin works on DLP machines like:

  • Wanhao Duplicator 7
  • Anycubic photon
  • Zortrax Inkspire
  • and many more.

Optimized for a UV light source of 395 - 405 nm.

Fast cure time: 4 - 8 seconds per shift for faster prints.
After printing, clean the model with IPA (Isopropyl Alcohol) to rinse off the remaining resin.

When it's time to cure, you can use sunlight or a UV curing chamber.

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