Simulate Polypropylene With Acccurate & Flexible Material

Flexible plastic used to simulate and replace traditional CNC-machined Polypropylene parts.

Overview

Offering a great balance of durability and flexibility, Accura 25 is an easy-to-use SLA printing material that allows users to simulate the properties and aesthetics of Polypropylene.

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Material Performance

Impact
Strength

19-24 J/m

Heat Deflection
Temperature

58-63°C @ 66 PSI
51-55°C @ 264 PSI

 

Flexural
Strength

55-58 MPa
ASTM D638

Tensile
Strength

38 MPa
ASTM D790

Material Highlights

Features

  • Simulate the aesthetic of polypropylene
  • High flexibility and durability
  • Excellent resolution and accuracy
  • Master patterns for vacuum casting

Uses

  • Snap fit assemblies
  • Functional components for assemblies in automotive, consumer electronics
  • Simulate injection molded parts
  • Concept and marketing models

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Material Colours

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SLA 3D printing technology works by using a UV laser to cure and solidify fine layers of photopolymer in an open vat. As the world’s first 3D printing technology, SLA remains as a great option for printing parts to be painted and coated.

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Technical Specifications

Post-Cured MaterialTest MethodMetricU.S.
Tensile Strength
(MPa/PSI)
ASTM D63855-585540-5570
Tensile Modulus
(MPa/KSI)
 ASTM D6381590-1660230-240
Elongation at Break (%)ASTM D63813-2013-20
Flexural Strength
(MPa/PSI)
ASTM D79055-587960-8410
Flexural Modulus
(MPa/KSI)
ASTM D7901380-1660200-240
Impact Strength
(J/m /Ft-lbs/in)
ASTM D25619-240.4
Heat Deflection
Temperature
ASTM D 648
@ 66 PSI
@ 264 PSI
58-63 °C
51-55 °C
136-145 °F
124-131 °F
Glass Transition (Tg) DMA, E”72-74162-165
Coefficient of Thermal
Expansion (CTE)
ASTM E 831-93
TMA (T<Tg, 0-20 °C)
TMA (T<Tg, 75-140 °C)
107 x 10¯6
151 x 10¯6
59.4
83.9
Hardness, Shore D8080
Liquid MaterialTest MethodValue
Viscosity@ 30 °C (86 °F)250 cps
Penetration Depth (Dp)4.2 mils
Critical Exposure (Ec)10.5 mJ/cm2
ColourWhite
Solid Density@ 25 °C (77 °F) 1.19 g/cm3
Liquid Density@ 25 °C (82 °F) 1.13 g/cm3
Tested Build StylesEXACT

Applications