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PhotoCentric Daylight Pro Tough Resin Amber - 5kg

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A performance resilient material
  • Flexible, stiff and durable
  • Minimal shrinkage
  • Resistant under stress and strain
  • Safe and water-washable
Highlights
  • Fast curing time
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Material Specs
  • Color: Amber
  • Wavelength: Visible spectrum
  • Hardness: 80 Shore D
  • 5kg bottle
Price: $399.00
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PhotoCentric Daylight Pro Tough Resin Amber is a resilient material ideal for producing rigid parts capable of recoiling into their original shape after flexing, stretching, or being compressed. Tough prints don’t crack. Thanks to their flexibility, they change their shape cushioning shocks. They feature low shrinkage, moderate-to-high tensile shear properties, and good elongation. Flexible and strong, tough resin parts show a good resistance under stress and strain and great endurance.

As a visible-light-curing material, PhotoCentric Daylight Pro Tough Resin polymerizes when exposed to any light with a wavelength belonging to the visible spectrum. This means it doesn’t require the use of UV light sources or other harmful engines. It benefits from fast curing time.

It has been optimized for effectively working on the PhotoCentric Liquid Crystal Pro 3D printer. It is capable of reproducing the finest details your printer supports. Also, it delivers smooth surfaces with a pleasant translucent amber color finish.

This liquid resin can be dissolved in both water and soap. You can quickly and easily clean your prints by submerging them into water under UV light for almost 10 minutes. Then, you should store them inside an oven at 60 °C overnight. In this way, your prints will benefit from their maximum mechanical and tensile properties. Continue reading to find out more.

Daylight Pro Tough resin is ideal for producing engineering models, including engine parts and tooling. For example, it has been used to produce this motorcycle exhaust pipe.

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Specifications

PhotoCentric Daylight Pro Tough Resin Amber

When using PhotoCentric Daylight Pro Tough Resin you will get rigid parts with a good level of flexibility. When a specified force is applied, they bend and then recoil to their shape without breaking. 

Tough resin cure profile has been optimized to deliver high-resolution details and acceptable shrinkage at fast exposures. 

Daylight Pro Tough resin sells in 1kg bottles with a non-drip cap. It is available in amber. Keep the material away from direct sunlight either when printing or storing it. You can reuse the excess polymer after pouring it through a filter. 

 

Technical specs

When post-cured, Daylight Pro Tough resin features:

  • Hardness: 80 Shore D
  • Tensile strength: 35 MPa (10MPa before post-exposure)
  • Tensile modulus: 2,060 MPa
  • Elongation at break: 50%

 

Liquid specs:

  • Viscosity: 600 cPs (@ 25ºC)
  • Storage: 10<t>50°C
  • Density: 1.10 g/cm3

 

Color specs

  • Color name: Amber
  • Color attribute: Translucent
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