DruckWege Type D – Flex (0.5KG)

79,94 NL VAT Incl. 21%

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SKU: 22746

Product description

The Type D Flex is our option for particularly flexible model parts with the functionality to allow elasticity. The Type D Flex has damping properties and has been developed as resin for functional prototypes. When polymerized, the material is suitable for applications where TPU-like flexibility is required The resin has very low lap shear properties and high elongation. This allows the production of flexible objects that can be compressed or bent to a certain intensity. DruckWege Resin is an acrylic based resin with industrial properties, developed and designed for 3D printers with DLP / UV light sources:


  • fast curing
  • high level of detail and sharp contours
  • smooth and dry object surface
  • low odour


  • Elongation at break is about 80%.
  • Shrinkage: approx. 2% +/- 1%
  • Bottle: UN approval: UN 3H1/X1.9/250 Material: HDPE
  • Bottle design may vary from the picture shown above.
  • DruckWege resin hardens under UV light (sensitive at 405nm).
  • Color: Black
  • Content: 500 grams

DruckWege Resin is compatible with

  • B9 Creator,
  • 3D Facture Draken,
  • YHD-101,
  • Wanhao D7 v3,
  • Kudo3D,
  • Atum3D,
  • Anycubic photon,
  • SLASH,
  • Gizmo,
  • Monoprinter,
  • Phrozen shuffle,
  • Zortrax Inkspire,
  • Elegoo,
  • Flashforge Hunter,
  • Epax X1
  • and others.


  • Safety data sheets and technical data sheets here.
  • Link to videos of printed models with Type D Flex.


Product specifications

Brand DruckWege
Color Black
Package Size 0.5 KG
Product State New
Material Group UV Resin
Country Of Origin Germany
Industry Art, Education, Manufacturing
Technology DLP, mSLA(LCD)
Wavelength (nm) 405
Material Types Resins
Material Properties Flexible
Material Application Industrial

Product summary

SKU 22746
Brand DruckWege
Industries art, education, manufacturing
Technologies DLP, mSLA

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