Cleaning Fluid NW1 Bio is a biocompatible and safe hydrophobic cleaning fluid developed to wash and clean 3D prints and remove and wash off easily any unreacted resin, hydrophobic residuals and byproducts.
Cleaning Fluid NW1 Bio is a 100% safe and biocompatible with medium hidrophobicity . Its usage is ideal for cleansing and purification of 3D printed materials used for making biomedical devices. It can also be used to clean resin tanks (vats), printer covers without causing any damage to plastic parts as isopropanol does. It is an excellent alternative to isopropanol and other volatile alcohol solvents which may attack plastics and break printer covers and tanks. It is suitable to clean all printer parts since it does not attack painted parts nor plastics.
Cleaning Fluid NW1 Bio has these features and benefits:
- Odorless cleaner of low viscosity (<50 mPas at 25ºC) with low hydophillicity and polarity for washing and cleansing prints (confers less clarity than UNW1 & UNW2 Bio)
- Washing, light postcuring by dipping at room temperature and by dipping for thermal postcuring up to 100ºC
- ideal for washing and cleaning 3D prints non prone to suffer whitening or when minor residual haziness is not an issue
- excellent resin washing off and overall cleaning properties for most of our 3Dresyns*
- bio-based from renewable source
- low viscosity <50 cps at 25ºC
- excellent cleaning yield, low dosage is needed for cleaning
- excellent shine after cleaning plastic and metal parts
- does not attack plastics nor paints (printer plastic covers, resin tanks)
- non water soluble
- non volatile, non flammable
- ideal for dipping prints inside it in a glass or plastic containers for improved surface cure in the light box
- safe for use, without any hazards
- compliant with FDA 175.105, 175.300, 175.320, 178.3910, 181.27
- IFU for ultra gloss and transparency
How to reuse dirty Cleaning Fluid? Expose the Cleaning Fluid in the washing container to sunlight, or with or without stirring to light in the light box or curing machine. After several minutes the uncured resin will cure as small particles. Then, use a paint filter to separate and remove the cured resin from the recycled cleaning fluid, which can be used again and again for washing prints.