Stereolithographie - Printing with resin

Stereolithography is the oldest patented additive manufacturing process. During this manufacturing process, the printing plate is lowered upside down into a basin with the so-called resin.
This photosensitive resin reacts to the UV light of the laser and hardens in the defined areas. Stereolithography is one of the fastest printing processes and is suitable for both prototypes and series parts.

The special feature:
A layer height of 0.05mm creates a particularly smooth surface. The SLA print also enables a very high resolution of 25μm and thus achieves the best possible accuracy. Fine details can be displayed extremely precisely.

Geometry-related support structures can then be easily removed and the entire component is post-cured or tempered with UV light.

We produce on our high-quality SLA printers up to a size of 335 x 200 x 300mm.

Standard materials

The standard materials can be used to create very precise details and a smooth surface.

Black, white, grey

With a matt surface and great attention to detail, the Black / White / Gray Resin is ideal for direct printing without post-processing. The neutral coloring provides a good basis for printing parts to be painted.

Resins can be colored in 16 colors with the help of the Color Kit.


Stereolithography 3D printing enables see-through parts to be printed. Clear Resin is suitable for mold making, optics and fluidics, and other applications that require light transmission.

Technical materials

Technical materials are ideal for functional prototypes .

Grey Pro

Gray Pro Resin is suitable for:

  • Testing of fit and tolerance
  • Injection molded product prototypes
  • Original form for plastics, silicones and more
  • Fixtures and fixtures for manufacturing

Heat resistance              78 ° C
Flexural modulus         2.0 GPa
Tensile modulus           2.6 Pa
Elongation at break      13%

High temp

High Temp Resin has a heat deflection temperature of 238 ° C at 0.45 MPa.

High Temp Resin is suitable for:

  • Hot air, gas and liquid streams
  • Heat resistant brackets, housings and devices
  • Forms and inserts
  • Injection molding tools

Heat resistance                 238 ° C
Flexural modulus            2.62 GPa
Tensile modulus              2.9 GPa
Elongation                         2.4%

Flexible and elastic

Flexible and elastic materials are particularly suitable for functional prototypes, Mold construction from silicone, urethane and rubber parts.

Ideal for:

  • Prototype construction of consumer goods
  • Compliant properties for robotic applications
  • Medical devices and anatomical components
  • Props and models for special effects

Flexible 80A – hard, flexible prototypes

Flexible 80A Resin is the stiffest of the soft-grip materials in the family of synthetic resins Flexible and Elastic. With its Shore hardness of 80A, it simulates the flexibility of rubber or TPU. Flexible 80A Resin offers a balance of softness and robustness and can also withstand repeated flexing, stretching and compression.

  • Handlebar grips, grips and extrusions
  • Seals and masks
  • Padding, cushioning and shock absorption
  • Anatomy of cartilage, tendons and ligaments

Tensile strength             8.9 MPa
Elongation at break      120%
Shore hardness              50 A
Flexural modulus          1.9 GPa

Elastic 50A – soft, flexible prototypes

Elastic Resin is the softest engineering synthetic resin. This material, with a Shore hardness of 50A, is suitable for prototyping parts that are normally made with silicone. Elastic 50A Resin is suitable for parts that can be bent, stretched and compressed repeatedly without cracking, and then quickly regaining their original shape.

  • Wearables, like straps
  • Deformable buttons
  • Stretchable housing
  • Soft tissue anatomy

Tensile strength               3.23 MPa
Elongation at break        160%
Shore hardness                50 A

Robust and durable – excellent performance

Robust, Functional, and Dynamic Materials: the Tough and Durable family of synthetic resins can withstand repeated compression, stretching, bending, and impact stress without breaking.

Ideal for:

  • casing
  • Holding devices
  • links
  • Prototypes that are exposed to high wear and tear

Tough 2000

Tough 2000 Resin is the strongest and stiffest material in the family of functional synthetic resins Tough and Durable. Tough 2000 Resin is particularly suitable for prototyping solid and robust parts that cannot easily be bent.

  • Solid and rigid prototypes
  • Brackets and devices that may only be bent to a minimum
  • Simulating the strength and rigidity of acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene copolymers (ABS)

Heat resistance                   63 ° C
Flexural modulus              1.9 GPa
Tensile modulus                2.2 GPa
Elongation at break           48%

Tough 1500

Tough 1500 Resin is the most resistant material in the family of functional synthetic resins Tough and Durable. Tough 1500 Resin is particularly suitable for stiff and flexible parts that bend and quickly return to their original position.

  • Prototypes that can be bent repeatedly and quickly return to their original shape
  • Brackets and devices that flex repeatedly
  • Simulating the strength and rigidity of polypropylene (PP)

Heat resistance               52 ° C
Flexural modulus         1.4 GPa
Tensile modulus           1.5 GPa
Elongation at break       51%


Durable resin is the most flexible, most impact-resistant and most slippery material in the family of functional synthetic resins Tough and Durable. Durable resin is ideal for malleable parts and low-friction assemblies.

  • Deformable prototypes and low-friction assemblies
  • Holding devices that are exposed to strong impacts
  • Low-friction assemblies and wear-resistant surfaces
  • The simulation of the strength and stiffness of polyethylene (PE)

Heat resistance               41 ° C
Flexural modulus         0.6 GPa
Tensile modulus           1.0 GPa
Elongation at break       55%

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