High Temp Resin is designed for functional prototyping in high heat applications. Understand the technical specifications and best uses.
he most notable property of this material is its Heat Deflection Temperature, which is the temperature at which a material will deform under a specified load. For High Temp, the heat deflection temperature is 289 °C @ 0.45 MPa.
High Temp is ideal for applications requiring the part to stand up to high temperatures with minimal loading. The material has almost no flex, however, so snap fits and living hinges are not suited for printing with High Temp Resin.
- Mold prototyping with desktop injection molding
- End-use parts in high-temperature applications
- Electronics encapsulation