STANDARD MODEL DENTAL RESIN - CLEAR (1.25LTR)

$159.50 Inc. GST

Features high dimensional stability, a gypsum-like texture, a unique matte finish and an opaque colour for 3D printed dental model processing. (Please use our Resin Compatibility Checker to ensure the Standard Formula is suitable for your printer.)

Monocure 3D Standard Model Dental resin features high dimensional stability, a gypsum-like texture, a unique matte finish and an opaque colour for 3D printed dental model processing. The Standard formula was developed for higher powered LED Projector type DLP 3D printers. This resin allows for highly accurate printing in the range of 100 to 25 microns. The surface finish is very smooth and hard, which helps create precise angles, optimising the print quality, and reducing the rate of print failures.
Applications
  • Models of teeth
  • Models of gums
  • Prototypes of dentures
  • Prototypes of crowns
  • Prototypes of bridges

 

Advantages
  • Suitable for high accuracy dental model printing
  • Unique Gypsum like texture
  • Easy on the eyes formula – high in opaqueness and a matte finish
  • A hard surface finish of 80 Shore D after post-curing
  • Works with DLP LED/LCD 3D printers
  • Rapid curing properties for fast printing
  • Short post curing time required

 

Compatible Printers

  • Uniz Slash
  • MoonRay
  • Asiga UV-Max
  • Phrozen Make
  • B9 Creator
  • Flashforge Hunter
  • XYZ Nobel
  • Kudo Titan
  • Any high powered, bottom up, LED projector 3D Printer.

Monocure 3D DENTAL model resin is not recommended for intraoral use.

Additional Information

Weight1.6 kg

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