Vitrolite® Glass-ceramic 3D printing resin


Vitrolite® Glass-Ceramic 3D Printing Resin. Low kiln fire for high strength, high density, low porosity. Glassy white fired surface.Photo-curable glass ceramic resin for SLA, LCD or DLP 3D printing.


Vitrolite® Glass-Ceramic 3D Printing Resin

Vitrolite is a photocurable polymer resin by Tethon3D for use in SLA, LCD or DLP printers. Vitrolite is a glass-ceramic 3d printing resin with high strength, low porosity/high density and thermal shock tolerance.

It does not conduct heat or electricity and is chemical resistant. Vitrolite kiln fires at a relatively low temperature and results in a white glassy surface appearance.  

Shrinkage is approximately 17% in equivalent X, Y and Z axes (dependent upon the part geometry).


 Package    2 lbs (907 gr.)
 Color    matt white
 Maximum kiln temperature                1060°C
 Surface after kiln    white glassy
 After kiln shrinkage    17% approx. on all axes
 Availability    to order, delivery within 15 working days, or about 3 weeks, after order confirmation.


Safety notice

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.


Vitrolite® User instruction

Additional information

Weight 1.5 kg
Dimensions 10 × 10 × 30 cm



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