Chemical resistance.

The industrial blend has been tested on about any chemical we could lay our hands on.

  • White spirit
  • Alcohol/Ethylalcohol
  • Thinner
  • Hydrochloric acid and various other acids
  • Sulphuric acid
  • Acetone
  • Petrol
  • Isobutanol
  • Xyleen
  • Lamp oil / Motor oil / Olive oil / Brake fluid
  • Water

The list is still expanding. Every time we come across a new chemical we throw in a print and leave it in there for a week or two.

Wave Length

The absoption spectrum of our resins lays between 225nm and 415nm and has several peaks.
This makes the whole Fun To Do resin family highly reactive for both SLA and DLP applications.
In general this covers about all DLP printers.

Besides the wavelength, several other factors are important for the working of the FunToDo resins on your printer. 

Is your printer a Top Down system, or a Bottom Up?
What is the release mechanism of your printer? 
​What is the amount of energy that radiates from the lamp/LED/Laser?
Can the amount of energy be regulated through the software?
The lack of functionality in these areas makes that some printers are not compatible with our very reactive resins. 

If you are in doubt if Fun To Do resins will work on your specific system, don't hesitate to drop us a line.

We will be happy to give you advice about our resins for your setup.

Other Properties

Standard Blend
Industrial Blend
Castable Blend
  • Viscosity
DIN Cup 4
  • Hardness
Shore D
  • Density

Properties like Hardness and Viscosity are dependent on several factors. The Viscosity is determined at a temperature of 25C. Hardness is measured at a thickness of the material of 10mm and at a size of 20x20mm. 
In general you can say that the viscosity of our resins are comparable or just a bit thinner than olive oil.