Discover precision and versatility with our advanced resin-based 3D printing materials. Perfect for high-detail and high-resolution projects, our resins offer exceptional quality and performance.

What Is Resin?

Anycubic Photon M3 MAX

Dimensional accuracy: 
SLA printing accuracy ranges from 25 to 100 microns, affected by resin and printer settings.

Build Volume Space: 
298 x 164 x 300 mm (L x W x H)

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Resin in SLA 3D Printing is a photopolymer liquid crucial for creating detailed and precise objects. It hardens under UV light, with various types available, each offering unique properties like strength, flexibility, and resistance. The choice of resin impacts the 3D printed object's durability, finish, and functionality, making it a key factor in SLA printing.

Resin Types

  1. Standard Resins: These resins are versatile and used for general-purpose applications. They come in various colors and offer a balance between detail, strength, and surface finish. Standard resins are commonly used for prototyping and creating concept models.
  2. Tough Resins: Tough resins are engineered for applications that require impact resistance and durability. These resins provide parts with higher strength and resilience, suitable for functional prototypes and parts subjected to more mechanical stress.
  3. Flexible Resins: These resins are designed to produce parts with rubber-like properties, offering flexibility and elasticity. They are suitable for creating prototypes that require rubbery or bendable characteristics, such as gaskets, overmolds, or prototypes for soft-touch components.
  4. High-Temperature Resins: High-temperature resins are capable of withstanding elevated temperatures, making them suitable for applications where parts will be exposed to heat, such as testing in high-temperature environments or for certain manufacturing tools.
  5. Castable Resins: These resins are formulated to burn out cleanly without leaving residuewhen used in investment casting processes. They are used for creating patternsfor jewelry, dental, or custom metal parts.
  6. Dental Resins: Specifically designed for dental applications, these resins comply withdental standards and are used for creating precise dental models, crowns,bridges, and other dental devices.
  7. Bio-Compatible Resins: These resins meet specific biocompatibility standards and are used forapplications in the medical field, such as creating surgical guides,prosthetics, or other medical devices.
  8. Engineering Resins: Some resins are engineered to mimic specific engineering-grade materialssuch as ABS-like, polypropylene-like, or polycarbonate-like resins, offeringsimilar properties to these materials for functional prototyping and testing.
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