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Full Spectrum Laser Unveils Water Washable Resin, a 3D Printing Photopolymer

Published on 2015-10-30. Author : SpecialChem

Water Washable Resin
Fig. 1: Water Washable Resin

Full Spectrum Laser (FSL) offers Water Washable Resin. Water Washable Resin is a 3D printing photopolymer with a highly attractive crystal clear finish and great mechanical properties, for which excess resin can be dissolved simply by rinsing.

In contrast to most other resins, our Water Washable Resin requires absolutely no volatile organic chemicals (VOC’s) for dissolution of uncured material, which are potentially harmful to humans, pets, and the environment.

Water Washable Resin is designed to be compatible with FSL’s full range of stereolithography (SLA) and digital light projector (DLP) 3D printers, including the Phoenix and Pegasus product lines. Printing with Water Washable Resin is the same as printing with any other FSL resin, and requires no additional expertise. Dissolving excess resin in water is simple and straightforward, requiring only a short period of rinsing or soaking.

About Full Spectrum Laser (FSL)

Full Spectrum Laser design, manufacture, and retail a full range of consumer and industrial grade laser cutters, engravers, and 3D printers. FSL creates highly-competitive products in both price and performance through an emphasis on innovation and design excellence. As a highly-integrated company, FSL produces all electronics, software, mechanical hardware, and chemistry in-house for the tightest integration of engineering disciplines. The Company employs over 40 people with its product assembly, sales, customer support, logistics, and administrative departments all located in Las Vegas.

Source: Full Spectrum Laser

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