DruckWege Type D – Pro Black (0.5KG)

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DruckWege Funktional Pro Black is an epoxy resin developed for special and functional prototyping applications. The PRO version of our resin has a significantly higher resistance to impact and bending. Industrial resin with increased flexibility and soft surface. PRO Resin is characterized by extended functionality compared to standard and can be used e.g. for housings, handles and holders due to higher impact resistance.  Extremely low shrinkage. For prototyping such as moulded parts, prototypes for silicones or plastics.

SKU: 22747

Product description

DruckWege Type D Pro is an epoxy-based resin with industrial properties, developed and designed for 3D printers with DLP / UV light sources. Our own brand is very durable, easy to coat and has exceptional physical properties. The PRO version shows improved properties in terms of impact strength and bending resistance. For prototyping such as moulded parts, prototypes for silicones or plastics. The resin can be used for prototyping housings, handles or other functional models with the following properties:

  • fast curing
  • high level of detail and sharp contours
  • smooth and dry object surface
  • VOC free
  • Viscosity: 33-57 mPa/s
  • Shrinkage: approx. 2% +/- 1%
  • Hardness D: 76,33 Shore


  • 0.5 KG

DruckWege Type D Pro is compatible with

  • B9 Creator
  • 3D Facture Draken
  • YHD-101
  • Wanhao D7 v3
  • Kudo3D
  • Anycubic Photon
  • Gizmo
  • Monoprinter
  • Phrozen Shuffle
  • and others.


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 mSLA(LCD)
Wavelength (nm) 405
Material Types Resins
Material Properties Strong
Material Application Industrial, Hobby

Product summary

SKU 22747
Brand DruckWege
Industries art, education, manufacturing
Technologies mSLA


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