Engineering Resin

Engineering resins are a group of plastic materials that combine great strength with light weight over a wide range of conditions. They are usually chosen for one or more enhanced physical properties.

The term “engineering resin” usually refers to thermoplastic materials. Thermoplastics are elastic and flexible above each resin’s specific glass transition temperature. Depending on the temperature, most thermoplastics have a crystalline region (giving it strength and rigidity) and an amorphous region (giving it elasticity). Thermoplastics that do not crystallize are called “amorphous” plastics and are most often used in applications where clarity is important.

Features

Rigid 10K Resin is for precise Industrial parts that need to withstand significant load without bending. Rigid 10K Resin has a smooth matte finish and is highly resistant to heat and chemicals.

Grey Pro Resin offers high precision, moderate elongation, and low creep. This material is great for concept modeling and functional prototyping, especially for parts that will be handled repeatedly. Form and fit testing High quality product prototypes, Mold masters for plastics and silicones, Jigs and fixtures for manufacturing 

Tough 2000 Resin provides strong and sturdy parts that will  not bend easily. Strong and stiff prototypes Sturdy jigs and fixtures, ABS-like strength and stiffness

Specifications

Rigid 10KGrey ProTough 2000Durable
Tensile Strength53MPa61MPa46MPa28MPa
Tensile modulus10 GPa2.6GPa2.2GPa1GPa
Elongation Break1%13%48%55%
Flexural modulus10GPa2.2GPa1.9GPa0.66GPa
Notched Izod18 J/m19 J/m40 J/m114 J/m
heat deflection @1.8MPa110˚C62˚C53˚C-
heat deflection @0.4MPa218˚C78˚C63˚C41˚C

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