Now you can make prettier and tougher 3D printed objects – 3D Printing Industry


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Never compromise beauty for durability with your 3D printed projects again. Thanks to Dymax Corporation, users can now print objects that please the eye and stand the test of time. Dymax’s latest Bomar® BR-970H is a revolutionary stain resistant oligomer with high modulus, ideal for 2D and 3D inkjet printing applications, as well as graphic art applications.

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With a shrinkage rate as low as 0.7% during cure, BR-970H is perfect for maintaining quality aesthetics on 3D printed parts. BR-970H also offers rapid cure and non-yellowing properties for higher optical clarity, and color stability for premium performance. Additionally, its low water absorption of 0.15 makes it particularly appealing for 3D printed parts that are exposed to high-humidity environments or washed with water-based solutions. With BR-970H, an ideal balance of strength and flexibility can be achieved without blending with other oligomers. Compatible dispensing and curing equipment, as well as the option to use Dymax scaleup and manufacturing services are also available. BR-970H also allows users to do much more with their project including:

  • Easy to paint or finish for better looking products
  • Tack-free surface for movable parts
  • Faster build when using more powerful lasers
  • High & Low Tg for desired mechanical properties
  • High impact resistance for more durable products
  • Color stability for better aesthetics
  • Variety of viscosities for desired flow characteristics

About Dymax Corporation

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Dymax Corporation develops innovative oligomer, adhesive, coating, dispensing, and light-curing systems for applications in a wide range of markets. The company’s products are perfectly matched to work seamlessly with each other, providing design engineers with tools to dramatically improve manufacturing efficiency and reduce costs. Major markets include aerospace, appliance, automotive, cosmetics, electronics, industrial, medical device, metal finishing, and UV-curable inks & coatings.

For additional information, please visit their website.

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Never compromise beauty for durability with your 3D printed projects again. Thanks to Dymax Corporation, users can now print objects that please the eye and stand the test of time. Dymax’s latest Bomar® BR-970H is a revolutionary stain resistant oligomer with high modulus, ideal for 2D and 3D inkjet printing applications, as well as graphic art applications.

DYMAX_3d_printing

With a shrinkage rate as low as 0.7% during cure, BR-970H is perfect for maintaining quality aesthetics on 3D printed parts. BR-970H also offers rapid cure and non-yellowing properties for higher optical clarity, and color stability for premium performance. Additionally, its low water absorption of 0.15 makes it particularly appealing for 3D printed parts that are exposed to high-humidity environments or washed with water-based solutions. With BR-970H, an ideal balance of strength and flexibility can be achieved without blending with other oligomers. Compatible dispensing and curing equipment, as well as the option to use Dymax scaleup and manufacturing services are also available. BR-970H also allows users to do much more with their project including:

  • Easy to paint or finish for better looking products
  • Tack-free surface for movable parts
  • Faster build when using more powerful lasers
  • High & Low Tg for desired mechanical properties
  • High impact resistance for more durable products
  • Color stability for better aesthetics
  • Variety of viscosities for desired flow characteristics

About Dymax Corporation

Print

Dymax Corporation develops innovative oligomer, adhesive, coating, dispensing, and light-curing systems for applications in a wide range of markets. The company’s products are perfectly matched to work seamlessly with each other, providing design engineers with tools to dramatically improve manufacturing efficiency and reduce costs. Major markets include aerospace, appliance, automotive, cosmetics, electronics, industrial, medical device, metal finishing, and UV-curable inks & coatings.

For additional information, please visit their website.

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