SLA Resin Materials

SLA uses a UV laser to cure liquid resin into hardened plastic in a process called photopolymerization. Different combinations of the monomers, oligomers, photoinitiators, and various other additives that comprise a resin result in different material properties.

SLA produces parts from thermoset polymers. SLA resins produce high stiffness, high resolutions prints with a smooth injection molding-like finish. The color of the resin affects its properties. For example, grey resin is better suited for parts with fine details and white resin for parts that require a very smooth surface. Here are the available SLA resins materials that UnionTech support:

  

 

Somos_ProtoGen_18920

AppearanceGrey

Viscosit y~350 cps at 30

 

Somos_ProtoGen_18420

Appearance:White

Viscosit y~350 cps at 30

 

Somos_ProtoGen_18120

AppearanceTranslucent

Viscosit y ~300 cps at 30

 

Somos_WaterShed_XC_11122

AppearanceOptically clear near colorless

Viscosit y ~260 cps at 30

 

Somos_WaterClear_Ultra_10122

AppearanceOptically clear, Colorless

Viscosit y ~165 cps at 30

 

Somos_Taurus

AppearanceCharcoal

Viscosit y ~350 cps at 30

 

Somos_ProtoTherm_12120

Appearance: Red

Viscosit y ~550 cps at 30

 

Somos_PerFORM

AppearanceOff-White

Viscosit y ~1,000 cps at 30

 

Somos_NeXt

AppearanceWhite

Viscosit y ~1,000 cps at 30

 

Somos_GP_Plus_14122

AppearanceOpaque White

Viscosit y ~340 cps at 30

 

Somos_EvoLVe_128

Appearance White

Viscosit y  ~380 cps at 30

 

Somos_Element

AppearanceClear

Viscosit y~125 cps at 30

 

Somos_BioClear

AppearanceOptically clear, near colorless

Viscosit y : ~ 260 cps at 30

 

UTR9100

AppearanceOpaque white liquid

Viscosit y ~226 cps at 30

   

UTR6180

AppearanceOpaque yellowish liquid

Viscosit y ~260 cps at 30

   

 

For more information of each materials, please contact directly to AIE.