Zortrax Resin FLEXIBLE - 3D Printing Resin for Zortrax Inkspire - 500ml
Zortrax Resin FLEXIBLE - Highly impact resistant, elastic material for 3D printing with Zortrax Inkspire
Zortrax Resin FLEXIBLE is an elastic, epoxy-based photopolymer resin for use with the Zortrax Inkspire 3D printer. Resin FLEXIBLE 3D prints models with smooth surfaces finish, high level of detail, and sharp edges. Its shore hardness stands at 60 D and its elongation and break amounts to 19%. Resin FLEXIBLE's low shrinkage and short curing times, as well as Z-SUITE software's preset material profile for Inkspire, make Zortrax Resin FLEXIBLE an easy material to work with. Just use the default settings for Resin FLEXIBLE in Z-SUITE, and start printing.
Zortrax Resin FLEXIBLE features:
- Flexibility - Zortrax Resin FLEXIBLE's elongation at break is 19%, so it's great for models and parts that require elasticity or soft surfaces
- Impact resistance - Zortrax Resin FLEXIBLE produces 3D printed models that bend and bounce back without breaking.
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This only comes in transparent yellow.
We currently are printing with an Octavelight R1 are your resins compatible with this printer?
It does not appear that the resins we sell are compatible with that system.
Our resins work at 450nm.
The Octavelight appears to work at 365nm.
Is this resin compatible with Anycubic Photon S printers?
Zortrax Flexible Resin is designed to print at 405nm wavelength, so it should work with any 3D printer that prints at 405nm, including the Anycubic Photon S. It's always a good idea to confirm compatibility with your 3D printer's manufacturer.
What wavelength will this cure at? Looking for flexi that will work in my Mars that uses 405nm wavelength
Zortrax Resin Flexible cures at 405nm wavelength.
Is this resin food safe?
No, it is not a certified food safe material.