If the resin is not used in the 3D printer for more than 1 day, it is recommended to filter the resin with a filter funnel and pour it into an empty container. Do not pour the resin in the resin tank back to the original bottle to avoid contamination of other resins.
F80 is a soft and elastic resin, you can choose between black and pink colors for your printing needs. The pink option is particularly well-suited for creating dental gingival models, while the black option is suitable for making toy tires, shoe samples, seals, buffers, and various elastic prototypes. F80 resin can retain its softness even in colder temperatures. It is not recommended for novice users due to its high viscosity, which can pose a printing challenge.
- Soft touch
F80 resin prints have a Shore hardness of 50-60A, soft to the touch, full of elasticity. Pink F80 resin is perfect for making dental gingival models
- Good resilience
F80 resin prints have good resilience, and they can quickly recover their shape after deformation.
- Low temperature resistance
Even in the cold winter below 10°C, F80 prints still remain soft, although their elasticity will decrease as the temperature decreases.
- Broad adaptability
F80 resin is suitable for all mainstream LCD/MSLA/DLP 3d printers on the market, including RGB or Mono screen printers.
▌ User Reviews
- Dental flexible gingival masks
- Wearable object prototype
▌ Compatible 3D Printer
All series of Anycubic，Elegoo，Nova3d，Peopoly，Phrozen，Epax，Creality，Zortrax, BIQU, QIDI, UNIZ, Flashforge, Voxelab, Longer, Uniformation etc. UV 395-410nm LCD resin 3D printer
All series of Anycubic，Asiga, Solus series, Miicraft, Kudo3d, Flashforge，Makex，Shining etc. UV 385-410nm DLP resin 3D printer
▌ Mechanical properties
|Elongation at Break
▌ The difference between F39, F69, F39T and F80
- Color:F39 is white, F69 is black, F39T is transparent,F80 is black/gum color
- Elasticity: F80 > F39 = F69 = F39T
- Tear strength: F80＜F39 = F69 = F39T
- F80 prints can remain soft at low temperatures, others will become hard