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Accura® 25: durable, off-white, PP-like
Accura® 60: rigid, transparent, PC-like
Accura® Xtreme: durable, gray, ABS/PP-like
Accura® Xtreme White 200: durable, white, ABS-like
Accura® Bluestone: Exceptional stiffness, high temperature and humidity resistance; blue-ish
Somos® 8120: semi-flexible, milky white, PE-like
Somos® PerFORM: Exceptional stiffness, high temperature and humidity resistance; white
Polyamide--PA: low moisture absorption, white, nylon
Glass Filled--GF: temperature resistance, grey, 30% glass-filled nylon
Alulon: machinable, metallic grey, PA & aluminum powder blend
Cyanate Ester | CE 220: A strong resin that provides excellent thermal stability
Elastomeric Polyurethane | EPU 40: A general purpose stretchable resin that is elastic over a wide temperature range
Prototyping Resin | PR 25: A rapid production resin used to quickly try out designs and make parts with remarkable detail
Flexible Polyurethane | FPU: A semi-rigid resin with high impact, abrasion and fatigue resistance, ideal for parts requiring a living hinge or a friction fit
Rigid Polyurethane | RPU (Multiple materials available, please specify project requirements): A tough, abrasion-resistant resin that's perfect for parts needing a high strength-to-weight ratio
Level 1 -- Supports removed, sanded & light bead blast of support faces
Level 2 -- Supports removed, sanded & bead blast entire part
Level 2 + -- Sand to remove layer lines, sand with 180, bead blast entire part
Level 3 -- Sand to 320 removing all accessible layer lines so it's ready to prime/paint
Level 4 -- Sand to 600 wet. Required when parts are to be plated or to enhance transparency (Accura 60).
Level 1 -- Excess powder removed & lightly bead blasted
Level 2 -- Excess powder removed, lightly bead blasted, sanded & sealed to promote an even surface
Dying various colors
Tumbling for a smooth finish
For show quality models we recommend a Finish Level 3 for the following paint options: Primer, Paint, Soft Touch, Texture, & Dye.
We recommend a Finish Level 4 for the following paint options: Dye, Lens Quality Clear Coat, & Plating.
If you have a question, call or email us, to get the answer you need and keep your project moving forward.