Reposting to the list.
Fauzi, here is the information that I have collected so far:
Dencity 1,100 Kg/cu. m = 1.1 g/ml
Viscosity at 32 deg. C. 1900 mPa-s
Viscosity at 35 deg. C 1,600 mPa-s
Typical 1st exposure 5.5 seconds
Modulus @ 25C, 50% RH 700 MPa
Tensile Strength 31 MPa
Elongation at break 20%
Notched Impact Strength 30 J/m
Flexural Modusus 1,300 MPa
Flexural Strnegth 45 Mps
Head Deflection temp. 54 deg C.
Thermal Expansion Appr. 0.00015 1/C
Thermal conductivity Appr 0.2 W/m.K
Dialectric constant @ 60 Hz Appr. 4
Dissipative factor @ 60Hz Appr. 0.05
Dialectric strength Appr. 500 V/mil
Chemical properties of cured photopolymers:
Unaffected by: weak acits, weak alkalies, inorganic salt solutions,
oils, aliphatic hycrocarbons, amines and esters containing more
than 10 carbon atoms.
Deteriorate in concentrated solutions of oxidizing acids, aromatic
hydrocarbons, phenols, chlorinated aromatics, ethers, ketones,
low molecular weight esters and aliphatic acids.
Glass Transition 96 deg. C
heat Deflection 54 deg. C
The new Solimer G5601/N is a clear, solvent free photo-curable liquid,
specifically designed for use with the Solider Rapid
Prototyping Systems. Following are the main characteristics that have
been significantly imnproved relative to the G5601 product:
improved mechanical properties (modulus, tensile strengthe and
properties in Z direction)
improved adhesion to the PVC plate and to wax
good wetting properties
reduced sensitivity of layer thickness to viscosity variation.
Typical uncured Resin Properties:
Viscosity @ 32 deg.
1.08 g/ml 1.11 g/ml
Volatility (%wt. loss after 24 hours @ 80 deg.
C.) 5.5 2.8
Depth of cure @ 25 mJ/sq. cm, 35 deg. C (mcm)
Typical Models properties (built on Solider-5600, 150mJ/aq. cm)
Modulus @25 deg C., 50%
R.H. 600 MPa
Tensile Strength (at
MPa 45 MPa
25 mm 5 mm
Water absorbtion (after 7
Brandon R. Ferguson
Does everyone knows thw properties for resin X 611?
For more information about the rp-ml, see http://ltk.hut.fi/rp-ml/
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