New NEXT GENERATION Snow White 3D printing resin
NxtGen Snow White has a yellow undertone when first printed. Because of the photobleaching properties of some of its ingredients, after being fully cured, the print becomes the white you are used to. The resolution of NxtGen Snow White is phenomenal, and resolutions of 0.05mm are easily achievable (on the proper printer). The Hardness is around 80 shore D, We have made the viscosity slightly higher at around 85-90mpas at 20C, otherwise the exposure times would be too low for most machines.
|Viscosity||at 20°C||85-90 mPa.s|
|Hardness (Shore D)||80|
|Printer||Z-layer||Base (Sec)||Base layers||Normal (Sec)|
|Miicraft 150||0.05||2-2.5 s|
To clean and remove excess resin, agitate the 3D printed part in a simple vat with TEK1960 solvent* for 1-2 minutes until all excess resins has been removed.
Do not soak in acetone. Do not leave the 3D part soaking in the liquid. Use a soft brush if necessary.
Clean off any excess of liquid with a cold blowdryer or compressed air.
Leave under the sun or in a UV lamp to cure. The resin is fully cured when fingernails do not leave scratch marks on the object.
*We do not recommend the use of denatured or isopropyl alcohol (IPA). It is very aggressive on the polymerized resin and it could weaken the structure of the 3D part. It is also flammable and potentially harmful to people and the environment.
Store the resin in a dry, cool, shaded place out of direct sunlight.
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The company I.D.M di Marin Davide is not a manufacturer of medical materials or devices. The material sold on this site is neither produced nor controlled by the company I.D.M. di Marin Davide, who in no case can be held responsible for any damage caused by use or application of the material, which must only be used on suitable machines and by specialized personnel, exclusively for the purpose indicated, according to the manufacturer’s instructions. For resins with European certification, the properties of the finished product vary according to the entire printing and post-curing process; refer to the manufacturer for any information about it.