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Formlabs Elastic 50A is a new transparent Shore 50A resin. You can use Elastic resin for prototyping parts that will be made out of silicone, medical visualization and machine parts as well as for other applications that require soft and elastic material that is also more durable than Flexible resin.
Elasticity: The ability of an object or material to resume its normal shape after being stretched or compressed; stretchiness. Improved elasticity leads to faster spring back.
Elongation: The amount of extension of an object before breaking, usually expressed as a percentage of the original length.
Tear strength: The ability of a material to resist the growth of cuts under tension. Low tear strength leads Flexible v2 parts to rip or crumble with use. While durometer and elongation may be equivalent to a rubber or silicone, the tear strength of our printed resins has been unlike those of traditional materials.
Energy return aka spring back: How quickly a bent geometry returns to its original shape. Like tear strength, while durometer and elongation may be close to a rubber or a silicone, our resins tend to take longer to return to their original shape than traditional materials.
Tensile strength: The capacity of a material or structure to withstand loads tending to elongate, as opposed to compressive strength, which withstands loads tending to reduce size.
Damping: Absorption of energy dissipated as a viscous force, impact protection, deadening. Dropping a high damping material is akin to dropping a bouncy ball that doesn’t bounce.
Nb! Elastic resin requires an LT-tank with Form 2 printer.
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