Castable Resin burns out cleanly with no ash or residue, capturing your high-resolution prints through investment casting.
Castable Resin is an acrylate photopolymer, which requires a different process from a traditional wax schedule. Instead of melting at low temperatures, Castable Resin transitions to a gas. The recommended burnout schedule is designed and tested to allow Castable Resin to transition into a gas gradually. The slow transition reduces the possibility of the investment cracking due to rapid expansion of the printed part. To fully enable the gas transition, maximize the airflow by adding venting, by active ventilation, or by blowing out molds when possible. Ideally, the thermal expansion of the investment should be well suited to the thermal expansion of your 3D printed material. To transition from primarily a wax-based casting process, adjust the process accordingly to achieve a successful cast.