Team Liqcreate would like to thank Sarah Saunders and 3DPrint.com for writing about our Flexible-X resin. The article has not been modified and the original article by 3Dprint.com can be found here.
We’re talking about business and materials in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs. First, the ExOne Company has been added to the Russell 2000 and 3000 Indexes, while 3D Printz has signed a distribution deal with Monoprice. Moving on, CNPC is introducing a new aluminum alloy powder for additive manufacturing, and Liqcreate has released its own new 3D printing material.
Liqcreate Releasing New Flexible Resin on 4th of July
Professional-grade 3D-printing resin manufacturer Liqcreate has announced that its latest engineering 3D-printing resin, Liqcreate Flexible-X, will be available for purchase through its distributor network starting on July 4th. The soft material, perfect for open source DLP, LCD, and SLA 3D-printers in the 385 – 420 nm range, is an opaque black photopolymer with 55 Shore A hardness, excellent tear strength, and an elongation up to 160%.
With its durability, excellent rebound, and toughness, Flexible-X, part of Liqcreate’s line of engineering materials, is a great choice for manufacturing industrial-grade flexible touch and elastic parts.
Flexible-X, a flexible and elastic 3D-printing resin
Liqcreate Flexible-X is an opaque black photopolymer resin with great processability and print speed on MSLA, DLP and laser based 3D-printers. 3D-printed resin parts from this material have exceptional flexibility, soft touch and great rebound properties. Liqcreate Flexible-X is easy to use on all open source DLP, LCD and SLA 3D-printers in the range of 385 – 420nm. Its low hardness of 55 Shore A and elongation up to 160% makes it perfect for the production of a diversity of industrial applications.
|· High Elongation||· Epax3D Series|
|· Excellent Rebound||· Phrozen Series|
|· Good Tear Strength||· Anycubic series|
|· Durable Soft Touch||· And many more|