Test table of photopolymers from different manufacturers with 3D-printers Formlabs
Hello! We present you a test table of photopolymer materials from different manufacturers with Formlabs 3D printers - Form 1+ and Form 2 .
The table is compiled by users of the Formlabs client forum, who constantly try to print on Form printers with all possible polymers and add results to it.
You can familiarize yourself with the original updated English version here .
The table can be useful not only to users of Formlabs 3D printers - looking at the results, you can draw general conclusions about the behavior of different types of stereolithographic resins during polymerization.
We translated the existing records and reduced the table to one sheet for readability. Read the Russian version of the table here .
To date, the table mentioned:
Photocentric3D Hard UV
Photocentric3D Hard Daylight
Photocentric3D Firm UV
Photocentric3D Firm Daylight
Photocentric3D Flexible UV
Photocentric3D Flexible Daylight
Autodesk - Autodesk discontinued the production of photopolymers, transferring production to Colorado Photopolymers Solutions. The properties of the tested resins may not fully correspond to the analogues produced under the new brand.
Autodesk Prototyping Resin, aka CPS PR57
Autodesk Investment Casting, aka CPS IC
FunToDo CB (Casting Blend)
FunToDo DB (Deep Black)
FunToDo F1 +
FunToDo IB (Industrial Blend)
FunToDo SW (Snow White)
NextDent C & B
NextDent C & B MFH
NextDent Ortho Clear
NextDent Ortho IBT
NextDent Ortho Rigid
NextDent Ortho Model
NextDent Gingiva Mask
Bucktown Polymers ZVE200-V420
Bucktown Polymers ZVE500-V420
This is not a complete list - the original table is open and users add test results for new polymers as they are completed.
Any photopolymers and other materials for 3D printing can always be found on the Top 3D Shop website. Our experts are always happy to help you choose a 3D printer and materials for 3D printing for any purpose.
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