What is the High Temp Resin Material? | Jiga Manufacturing Guide

High Temp Resin

resin material in manufacturing
Formlab’s High Temp Resin has a high heat deflection temperature (HDT). This means that it can resist deformation under a given pressure at heightened temperatures. If it undergoes through an additional curing process, its HDT can reach up to 238°C from the normal 120°C for 0.45MP.

Minimum Lead Time

2 days

Price Range

Layer Height

50 - 100μm

Wall Thickness

0.5mm

Pros

Cons

Pros

This material is best known for its high Heat Material Deflection Temperature (HDT). Therefore, it can withstand certain pressure at a heightened temperature without any deformity.

Cons

High Temp Resin is not advisable to be used in printing snap fits and living hinges because this material has almost no flex.

Applications of High Temp Resin

This material is an excellent choice in making molds and inserts. It can be used for materials than can be exposed to hot air, gas, or fluid flow. Also, it can be used for other applications such as in heat resistant mounts, housing, fixtures, and in vulcanization.

Process

3D Printing: SLA

Max. part size

14.5 × 14.5 × 17.5

Tolerances

±0.5% with a lower limit of ± 0.15 (±0.006″)

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