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Ceramic 3Dresyn CDP-LDT WS Low Debinding Temperature & Water Soluble

Regular price 400.00 €

Ceramic 3Dresyn CDP-LDT WS has these features and benefits:

  • ideal for low sintering temperature materials since debinding can be achieved at 180-220ºC 
  • part of the binder has low decomposition temperature c.180-220C, which is ideal for relatively low temperature debinding
  • part of the binder has higher decomposition temperature but exhibits good water solubility for fast debinding with cold or hot water 
  • part of the binder is easy to oxidise into small volatile molecules with oxidizers e.g. with Potassium permanganate acidic solutions
  • the overall binder systems exhibits very fast debinding with water at room and at relatively low debinding temperature c.180-220ºC 
  • excellent dispersability and flow of post added micron and submicron ceramics
  • the ceramic additions can be up to 50% volume concentrations 
  • water cleanable prints and water soluble binder for improved debinding with water
  • very high resolution 3D printing for very high detail and resolution applications
  • high print quality and speed with curing wavelengths up to 410 nm and higher upon request
  • controlled and reproducible process shrinkage
  • minimum expansion coefficient to prevent micro-fractures
  • elongation <10%
  • relative low viscosity, good flow
  • very high resolution of 20 microns of final products
  • low shrinkage
  • printable by SLA DLP 3D printers with at least 3 mW/cm2
  • increased durability of the resin tank
  • organo-tin free
  • used in combination with our Adhesive Primer 3Dresyn AP1 for promoting adhesion on the build platform

Please click on this link for instructions for use: Instructions for Use "IFU" of our water soluble 3D resins

    * Our 3Dresyns have been designed to print in a broad range of printer settings. Nevertheless, our Print Quality Fine Tuner FT1 is recommended to fine tune our 3Dresyns to your specific printer settings, including faster or slower curing or exposure time and lower or higher layer thickness. For more info click here.