A durable plastic material for producing black parts for functional prototyping and production parts. Combined with the versatility, reliability and small footprint of the FabPro, this tough material provides a solution to create mechanical assemblies, fit testing prototypes and functional parts right at the desktop.

Applications:

  • Mechanical assembly/fit testing
  • Rapid prototyping
  • Functional testing
  • Life testing
  • Functional parts
  • Design Iteration

Technical Specifications

  • Bottle Volume


    1 kg

  • Layer Thickness


    0.050 mm | 0.002 in

  • Vertical Build Speed


    14 mm/hr | 0.55 in/hr

  • Liquid Density


    1.05 g/cm3

Cured Part Properties

 

Metric

U.S.

Solid Density
ASTM D792
1.12 g/cm3 0.040 lb/in3
Tensile Strength
ASTM D638
44 MPa 64 psi
Tensile Modulus
ASTM D638
1860 MPa 270 ksi
Elongation at Break
ASTM D638
44% 44%
Flexural Modulus
ASTM D790
2020 MPa 290 ksi
Flexural Strength
ASTM D790
64 MPa 9700 psi
Izod Notched Impact
ASTM D256
36 J/m 0.7 ft-lb/in
Izod Unnotched Impact
ASTM D256
568 J/m 11 ft-lb/in
Water Absorption (24 hours)
ASTM D638
0.3% 0.3%
Tg
DMA, E”
57 °C 134 °F
Heat Deflection Temperature
@0.46 MPa | 66 psi
@1.82 MPa | 264 psi
ASTM D648

48 °C
42 °C

119 °F
107 °F
CTE >Tg
CTE ASTM E831
130 ppm/°C
161 ppm/°C
72 ppm/°F
89 ppm/°F
Shore Hardness
ASTM D2240
79 D 79 D
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