Formlabs PU Rigid 650

Product no.: frm-pu650

Not on storage. Items will ship in 10-days

135.00


Available delivery methods: Nouto varastosta, Lähettipalvelu, Delivery to workplace (Express-paketti), Postipaketti (pakettiatm/ posti), Kotiinkuljetus (Posti Kotipaketti 21), Express-parcel inside Finland, Trolley shipment, Printer shipment, Formlabs 3L delivery, Delivery for Formlabs Fuse1, Express Business Day, Baltics

Whether you’re looking to leverage parts for long-term use or elevate your prototyping capabilities, Formlabs Polyurethane Resins are designed to withstand extensive testing and perform under stress.

Choose PU Rigid 650 Resin for pliable, tough, and impact-resistant parts that can maintain dimensional accuracy under stress.

Polyurethane Resins have a longer workflow requiring additional equipment and set-up costs. More attention is needed when setting up prints and post-processing parts to get consistent, high-quality results.

Supports print resolutions: 100 µm and 50µm on the Form 3(B)(+) and Form 2.

Disclaimer: For commercial and research use only. Not for use in or around households or residences, or for recreation purposes, or outside of a commercial or research facility or institution.

 

OBS! Requires LT Tank on Form2 and Tank V2.1 on Form 3/+ and 3B/+

Print settings for this material may not be available yet on Form 3L and Form 3BL printers.

 

Material has more complicated post processing than other Formlabs resins. Resins will start to cure from moisture on air. Material also requires propylene glycol diacetate (PGDA) for washing the printed parts. Dry cabinet for printer and humidity cure oven are strongly recommended.

Must read article about post processing of PU resins: https://support.formlabs.com/s/article/Recommended-tools-and-supplies-for-PU-Rigid-Resins?language=en_US

 

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