Biocompatible Monomer Based MB Bioflex 3Dresyns from Shore D60 to A10
Our selection of biocompatible Monomer Based MB SLA, DLP & LCD 3D Bioflex resins for ultra safe biomedical applications (class I, II and III), engineering, educational, food contact and toys printing:
Bioflex MB 3Dresyns: ultra safe and flexible Monomer Based MB resins from Shore D60 to A10
If you need flexible resins with superior tear and folding endurance and do not mind using strong toxic irritant monomer based 3D resins, then explore and order our NextGen flexible 3D resins with Shore A
The products of this biocompatible 3Dresyns collection contain ultra safe monomers, having only warning and aquatic pictograms. They have been designed to meet the highest safety and biocompatibility standards without sacrificing mechanical nor biocompatibility perfomance. These products are non labeled with toxic pictograms because they are ultra safe for handling, end users and disposal.
Monomer based Bioflex grades exhibit overall improved mechanical performance (such as folding endurance and tear resistance) and printability in comparison to their Monomer Free counterparts, which are recommended for ultra safe high tech bioprinting apps.
If your interest is improved mechanical performance (such as flexural strength, folding endurance and tear resistance) as well as printability, rather than safety, then order our flexible NextGen 3Dresyns, which are more mechanically resistant but cause strong skin and eye irritancy since they contain strong irritant monomers.
3Dresyns is the first and unique 3D resin supplier developing ultra safe functional biocompatible 3D resins with non toxic risk pictograms.
Special prices for orders above 1, 2.5, 5 and 20 L can be applied upon request. Please contact us to consult about our existing and customised 100% biocompatible 3Dresyns and your specific performance goals at: info@3Dresyns.com
Note: this range of biocompatible monomer based 3Dresyns are safe, non toxic. They have been designed to provide the safest handling to printers and final users. There are two type of materials: standard ones with certain minor hydrophilicity (not water soluble!), and our new ULWA, Ultra Low Water Absorption versions, which have very low water absorption.