Basic resin

Plexiwire Resin Basic is a basic photopolymer resin for 3D printing. This is a versatile photopolymer suitable for most tasks with LCD and DLP printing. The resin is easy to use and provides a stable qualitative result. Due to the optimal price/quality ratio, this product will suit both beginners in photopolymer printing and those who use printing for professional purposes.

Plexiwire Resin Basic - is:
  • Accuracy - perfectly prints even the smallest details, minimum overexposure
  • Speed - cure time from 6 sec
  • Rigidity - the material is resistant to deformation: keeps the shape under permissible loads
  • Strength - the polymer is not fragile, easily separable from the platform without damage
  • Fluidity - the resin has optimal viscosity for both printing and post-processing of the printed model
  • Low shrinkage - you get the detail exactly the dimensions you set on your computer
  • Chemical and thermal stability - the polymer remains hard when heated, does not dissolve in organic solvents and does not lose its properties during long-term washing

Plexiwire Resin Basic Features

Viscosity
0.7 Pa*s
Shore hardness
D: 80
tensile strength
30 MPa
elongation at break
9%
Shrinkage
< 1%
Packing
0.5 kg + 50 g for test printing
Colors:
  • White
  • Orange transparent
  • Blue transparent
  • Green transparent
  • Red transparent
Recommendations:
  • Resin is compatible with LCD and DLP printers with a wavelength of up to 405 nm. For example: Anycubic Photon, Wanhao D7, Phrozen Shuffle
  • The optimal illumination time of the layer depends on many factors. It is better to select it specifically for your printer and tasks. To select the printer settings, an additional 50 g of resin is provided.
  • The model is washed in alcohol solvents such as ethanol and isopropanol. If the model has many narrow inaccessible areas, washing is better done in an ultrasonic bath.
  • If you have not printed small parts, or the model is sticky and soft after printing, then the exposure is insufficient. The cure time of the main layers should be increased. If you notice a parasitic illumination: "blooming" holes, curing excess polymer at the edges of the model - the illumination needs to be reduced.

Application

  • General modeling and prototyping
  • Highly detailed models - The hardness and accuracy of the photopolymer allows you to print complex models with many small parts and thin supports
  • Creating silicone forms - cured polymer compatible with silicones and thermostocks
  • Decorative modeling - rich and diverse colors of different degrees of transparency allow you to create really beautiful products