This flexible ceramic UV curable resin is formulated specifically for Tethon’s Bison 1000 ceramic DLP printer. NOT recommended for other 3d printer platforms. The printed part will be a flexible ceramic polymer composite that can be positioned by stretching, squeezing, etc. and sintered in place to become 100% solid inflexible ceramic.
This glass-ceramic (high silica content) UV curable resin is formulated specifically for Tethon’s Bison 1000 ceramic DLP printer. NOT recommended for other 3d printer platforms. Requires post-sintering to become 100% glass-ceramic, 99% dense with approximately 14% shrinkage. Lower firing temperatures are suitable for 5% shrinkage. Please refer to the sintering schedule.
Genesis® is a photopolymer development resin base. This formulation is used in the development of new UV curing resin materials for 3D printing.
Genesis does not print as is, but can be combined with solid powders, creating a novel 3D print resin. Genesis provides a starting point for photopolymer resin research and development when incorporating solid powders.
Applications for new resin material development exist in many industries including automotive, dentistry, jewelry, biotech and other segments.
Genesis is sold in liter and gallon sizes. Call or EMAIL for 5 gallon or larger containers.
Porcelite® is a UV-curable ceramic resin. This porcelain photo-curable resin is suitable for 3D printers that utilize SLA, DLP or CLIP technologies with UV wavelengths between 350 and 405 nm.
Porcelite is ideal for objects requiring high resolution details or high heat tolerance. It’s capable of printing at 25 micron layer thickness.
Shrinkage is approximately 14% in equivalent X, Y and Z axes (dependent upon the part geometry). After firing, objects may be glazed with commercially available glazes. Glazed objects are food safe, microwave, oven, dishwasher and freezer safe.
Applications for Porcelite 3D printing include specialized manufacturing, automotive, aerospace, engineering, architecture, design and more.