Phrozen Beige Low-Irritation (0.5KG)

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SKU: 75981

Product description

Phrozen Beige Low Irrition

  • Low Shrinkage & High Precision: Phrozen Beige Low-Irritation Resin is developed for low shrinkage and high precision printing. Its low warpage & dimensional stability are especially good for precise parts.
  • Low Irritation: No heavy metal content and pass irritation test (ISO-10993 10). After curing, printed parts can direct contact skin.
  • High Strength: Flexural strength up to 83MPa. Good for engineering parts and dental models.
  • Wide Application: Printed parts are with good hardness and certain toughness. It is perfect match not only to models but for product prototyping.

Specifications

  • Weight: 500g per bottle
  • XY Resolution: ~50 µm
  • Recommended Layer Height: 30-100 um
  • Way to Rinse:  Clean with alcohol spray with air gun. DO NOT immerse model into alcohol for long time.

Operating instructions

  • Use our resin and printer  in a well ventilated room
  • Avoid exposure to sunlight and indoor lights
  • Please preserve our resin in closed opaque bottle in avoid of exposure to air.
  • Do not mix used and non-used resin together.
  • Please keep the resin away from kids.
  • Do not dump resin. Please cured resin and treat/recycle it as general plastics garbage.

Safety Rules

  • Use in a well ventilated room.
  • Suggested safety equipment: gloves, mask, goggles, and lab coat.
  • Keep resin in room temperature(15 - 35 OC) and dry condition.

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Product specifications

Brand Phrozen
Color Beige
Package Size 0.5 KG
Product State New
Material Group UV Resin
Country Of Origin Taiwan
Industry Art, Education, Manufacturing
Technology mSLA(LCD)
Wavelength (nm) 405
Material Types Resins
Material Properties Strong
Material Application Hobby
Manufacturer EAN 9504534669234

Product summary

SKU 75981
Brand Phrozen
Industries art, education, manufacturing
Technologies mSLA

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