Rigid, opaque materials that combine dimensional stability with high detail. The resulting parts can have an exceptionally smooth surface finish. They are used for standard plastic prototypes and parts that clearly resemble the ‘look’ of the final product. Available in Black and White.
FullCure 720 – General Purpose Transparent
A rigid colourless material with great dimensional stability. Used for general purpose, finely detailed parts and simulation of transparent thermoplastics such as Acrylic.
Rigur – Simulates Polypropylene
A new material that gives prototypes the look and feel of polypropylene. They are used for parts that require the appearance, flexibility, strength and toughness of this polymer.
TangoBlack+ – Simulates Rubber
Rubber-like materials that offer various levels of elastomer characteristics such as Shore scale A hardness, elongation at break, excellent toughness and durability, tear resistance and tensile strength. Available in Black and Clear.
Digital-ABS – (RGD5160-DM)
By blending two different Fullcure grades it is possible to simulate ABS, combining high temperature resistance with high toughness. For true engineering prototypes. In addition, this new material enables the production of thin-walled models with high dimensional stability. Available in Ivory and Green.
VeroClear – Simulates Clear ABS
A transparent material for use where a clear part is required.