Netherlands-based Liqcreate, the global manufacturer of professional-grade 3D-printing materials, announces the release of two new 3D printing resins: Premium Flex and Premium Tough. Two functional materials specially developed for MSLA/LCD 3D-printing. The release of these materials is part of the company’s strategy to supply high-end materials for the production of functional parts in the rapidly growing 3D print industry.
Liqcreate Premium Tough
The Liqcreate Premium Tough is a transparent resin which turns into a milky white polymer during polymerization. 3D-printed parts from this material are durable.
Liqcreate Premium Tough is easy to use on all open source DLP and LCD 3D-printers in the range of 385 – 420nm. The high impact strength and exceptional scratch resistance of Liqcreate Premium Tough makes it perfect for functional prototypes and spare parts.
Liqcreate Premium Flex
The Liqcreate Premium Flex is a translucent turquoise blue photopolymer with great processability and print speed on MSLA/LCD and DLP based 3D-printers. 3D-printed parts from this material have exceptional flexibility and low surface hardness of 63 Shore A.
Liqcreate Premium Flex is easy to use on all open source MSLA/LCD and DLP 3D-printers in the range of 385 – 420nm. Its high elongation and low Shore A hardness makes it perfect for a variety of soft-touch and elastic prototypes.
The new 3D printing resins are compatible with 3D printers such as the Anycubic Photon, Elegoo Mars and all open source 385 – 420nm DLP, LCD/MSLA 3D-printers. In the coming period, Liqcreate engineers will work with industrial partners to increase the number of compatible 3D-printers. The newly released 3D printing resins from Liqcreate – the Premium Flex and Premium Tough will be available from September 7th in the Liqcreate shop and through Liqcreate’s distributor network.
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