3D Printing Material: CLIP (DLS) Resin
Here you will find all the information, tricks, know-how, and advice to help you print your 3D model in our CLIP (DLS) resin material.
Carbon has created a diverse and growing selection of materials that enable product designers and engineers to build functional prototypes and production parts. We currently have five Carbon materials available for use. The materials were designed to meet common engineering requirements - from the elongation and resilience expected of an injection molded polyurethane elastomer to the temperature resistance of a glass-filled Nylon, and many more.
Please contact us to learn if Carbon's materials are right for your application needs or join the CLIP (DLS) Pilot Program.
Our Prototyping Acrylate resin material creates 3D printed objects from a base of photosensitive polymer liquid. That liquid is solidified by UV light, layer by layer, to create rigid and highly detailed prints, close to injection molded plastics. The final product has a naturally smooth and shiny surface.
Our RPU resin material creates 3D printed objects from a base of photosensitive polymer liquid. RPU is very stiff and strong with material properties that outperform ABS plastic and rivals Nylon. This material is perfect for mechanical parts that need to be tough, heat-resistant, and abrasion-resistant.
Elastomeric Polyurethane is a high performance polyurethane elastomer. It exhibits excellent elastic behavior under cyclic tensile and compressive loads. EPU is useful for demanding applications where high elasticity, impact and tear resistance are needed such as cushioning, gaskets, and seals.
Our CE-based resin is a high-performance material with glass transition temperatures up to 225°C [437°F]. Marked by excellent strength, stiffness and long-term thermal stability, CE is useful for under-the-hood applications, electronics, and industrial components.
Flexible Polyurethane is a semi-rigid material with good impact, abrasion and fatigue resistance. This versatile material was designed for applications that require the toughness to withstand repetitive stresses such as hinging mechanisms and friction fits.
Other materials available on Sculpteo:
Plastic is a great starter material. Strong, with a fairly good level of detail and slightly flexible, it comes in a wide range of colors. If you're not sure which material to go with, plastic is a...
Strong, slightly flexible material that can withstand some pressure when bent. A mix of plastic and aluminium powder, the surface has a grainy, sandy appearance and is slightly porous. Good for...
Sculpteo's brass material is composed of 82% copper and 18% zinc. It can be raw, mirror polished or gold plated. The final product is solid but susceptible to scratching and tarnishes quickly when...
This plastic is made from grey powder and offers a continuous coloring that is resistant to abrasion. The surface has a sanded, grainy texture which can be polished. Being both solid and flexible,...