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FabPro 1000 Resin Cartridge Flexible BLK - 3D Systems

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TOUGH AND DURABLE, POLYPROPYLENE-LIKE

AMAZING ELONGATION AT BREAK AND IMPACT STRENGTH FOR A WIDE VARIETY OF PROTOTYPING, FUNCTIONAL TESTING AND LOW VOLUME PRODUCTION APPLICATIONS. THIS DURABLE AND FLEXIBLE MATERIAL PRODUCES THE TOUGHEST 3D PRINTED PARTS WITH THE LOOK AND FEEL OF MOLDED POLYPROPYLENE.

FabPro Flexible BLK is a flexible and exceptionally durable material that allows the production of polypropylene-like parts with amazing elongation at break and impact strength. In fact, in unnotched Izod impact strength testing to ATSM standards, the FabPro Flexible BLK material did not break. With FabPro’s accuracy, this robust material provides outstanding flexibility for a wider variety of prototyping, functional testing and low volume production applications. 

 

Material Type: FabPro 1000

Applications

  • Functional assemblies and prototypes
    • Automotive styling parts
    • Consumer goods and electronic components
    • Snap fit assemblies
    • Containers and enclosures
    • Product design
  • Master patterns for RTV/silicone molding
  • Replacement of short-run cast urethane production parts
  • Concept and marketing models
FabPro Flexible BLK printed-part mechanical properties will change when exposed to low and high temperature and/or humidity. Parts will become either softer or tougher as temperatures increase/decrease beyond typical office environments. Similarly, impact strength will drop as temperature and humidity are decreased outside of typical office environments. In use cases where stable printed-part mechanical properties are important, Flexible BLK is recommended for indoor use, at temperatures between 10-30°C (50-86°F), and 10-65% relative humidity. The best conditions are around 20°C (68°F) and 40-50% RH (non-condensing). The printed-part mechanical properties most-susceptible to change are: notch impact strength, tensile modulus and yield strength.