EasyCast Series 400 is the newest Photopolymer Wax resin developed by ResinWorks3D. This unique formulation is an opaque peach resin that is formulated with 40% wax and is tested to work with ease on DLP and Monochrome LCD 3D printers. Users can confidently print and cast large organic statement pieces, like signets and school rings with a wide range of design elements like engravings and raised details.
With the higher wax content, users will be able to cast larger items with nearly the same ease as traditional wax models, from single models to printed trees weighing up to 60 grams. The printed model can be cast in all precious metals in all commercially available investments.
The Series 400 has been designed to reduce the internal stress on the investment as the model melts out during the burnout cycle.
Whether you are using gypsum and phosphate bonded investments, you can confidently cast your designs with success and minimize breakaways.
Post Processing & Burnout Schedule
40% wax content
Dimensions: 15 x 10 x 20cm
Size: 500g, 1kg
- Remove printed parts(s) from build plate.
- Submerge part(s) in IPA 99% or Methyl hydrate bath.
- Shake vigorously in bath solution for 30 to 40 seconds. Remove and inspect part(s) for residual resin.
- If part(s) still have residual resin, repeat step 3 as neces sary, until all residue is removed.
- Take part(s) and rinse under HOT WATER for about 30-40 seconds and then under COLD WATER.
- Use compress air to blow dry part(s). Inspect part(s) for shiny patches. Repeat Step 3 and Step 5 If you see shiny patches. ALL AREAS OF PARTS SHOULD HAVE A MATTE FINISH.
NOTE: DO NOT LEAVE PART(S) IN METHYLHYDRATE OR IPA BATH FOR LONG TIMES AS IT MAY CAUSE CRACKS IN THE PARTCuring Your Printed Parts:
- Place part(s) in a glass bowl.
- Fill glass bowl with glycerin covering the printed part(s).
- Place bowl of glycerin with printed parts) in UV curing chamber.
- Turn on UV chamber for approx. 30 to 40 minutes. Curing times may vary based on type of curing chamber used and part density.
- Turn part(s) every 10 minutes so that the UV light can be absorbed by all surface areas.
- Part(s) should be extremely rigid and brittle. Squeeze parts) in a variety of directions to ensure the parts are full cured. If the part(s) are still soft, place back into the UV curing chamber and cure for an additional 10 minutes.
- Repeat step 6 to achieve desired stiffness.
- Wash part(s) In HOT WATER and then COLD WATER and then use compressed air to completely dry off part(s).
- Submerge part(s) in CLEAN IPA for 30 seconds and dry.
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