Partner: BASF SRL
Industry: Design, Other
Usage: Prints

Ultracur3D FL


A photopolymer is a type of polymer that changes its physical properties when exposed to light. In the case of 3D printing, these are typically liquid plastic resins that harden when introduced to a light source. Photopolymers are thermosets, meaning that, once the chemical reaction takes place to harden the material, it cannot be remelted.

Ultracur3D FL is a flexible/elastomeric reactive urethane photopolymer. It is designed to offer exceptional flexibility combined with high tear strength for a 3D Printing Photopolymer. With its well-balanced properties, it enables a broad range of elastomer applications. The material is applicable to a new printing technology called WAV (Wave Applied Voxel). It meets the rigorous requirements of widely different use cases, from dental models to prototypes to end-use parts in industrial applications.

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Aspect details
Glossiness Matte
Translucence 0 - 50%
Texture Smooth
Compostable No
Recyclable Yes
Biodegradable No
Lightweight No
Renewable No
Carbon footprint 80%
Recycled content 0%
Toxicity 0%
Technical details
Hardness Hard
Structure Closed
Acoustics N/A
Format Reel
Odor Unknown
Temperature N/A
Antibacterial No
Scratch resistence Good
Fire resistence Poor
UV resistence Good
Water resistence Good
Abrasion resistence Moderate
Skid resistence Moderate