This material is designed to withstand both the heat and pressure of vulcanizing the model in rubber with incredible detail and no loss of dimensional stability.
High temperature molding material for non-metal masters dramatically changes 3D printing capabilities for manufacturers.
With a heat deflection temperature of 140°C straight out of the machine, high definition parts printed in HTM140IV can be directly vulcanized in rubber, eliminating the need for a metal master.
It is designed to withstand both the heat and pressure of vulcanizing the model in rubber with incredible detail and no loss of dimensional stability.
It can also be used in a variety of applications that require thermal resistance such as items to be metalized or tested for high temperature gas and liquid applications.
To add to its versatility, another use is for making tools for small run injection molding. It is easy to paint on the ivory color.
This material has the ability to function on the following machines: Desktop XL, Aureus, Apollo, Perfactory® 4 Standard Series, Perfactory® 4 Mini Series, Perfactory® 4 Mini
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