Spool3D High Temperature 3D Printer Resin

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High Temperature: Withstands heat deflection temperature (HDT) of 200°C and is widely used in hot and cold molding for environmental testing, production processes and dental practices.

  • Wavelength: 405nm
  • Compatible with All LCD 3D Printers with 405nm
  • Shake well before use
  • Avoid lighting - store in provided container in a cool dry place
  • Avoid direct skin contact; wash with water after touching the resin

The exposure time should be adjusted according to the projection light type and power of the printer. 

  • Colour LCD (Wanhao D7, Anycubic Photon, Creality LD-002R)
    • Set bottom layer 40-60s and each layer exposure time 6-20s for layer thickness at 50 μm. 
  • Monochrome LCD (Anycubic Mono, Creality Halot One)
    • Set bottom layer 30-40s and each layer exposure time 3-6s for layer thickness at 50 μm. 
  • DLP (Anycubic M3)
    • Set bottom layer 20s and each layer exposure time 2-3s for layer thickness at 50 μm. 


  • Resin Type: High Temperature Resistance
  • Density (g/mL): 1.05 - 1.25
  • Viscosity (cps, 25℃): 150 - 300
  • Shore Hardness: 80D-88D
  • Tensile Strength: 27MPa
  • Tensile Modulus: 316MPa
  • Elongation @ break: 16%
  • Flexural Modulus: 770 MPa
  • Flexural Strength: 37 MPa
  • Maximum Pulling Strength: 1135N
  • Notched Impact Strength: 76J/m

Package contents:

  • Bottle of Spool3D high temperature resistant resin in chosen size

Buy Spool3D high temperature resistant resin D Printer Photopolymer Resin from Spool3D online in Canada without the surprise cost of the exchange rate!



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Spool3D High Temperature Resin

This resin seems to standup well as a part cooling duct in close proximity to heater block and nozzle on a fused filament printer. Was previously using tempered high temp pla printed via fused filament fabrication. The resin duct required little post processing, has better flow characteristics due to better fidelity to the stl and is more robust compared to the high temp pla version. With the caveat that i am a resin newbie, i found the high temp resin a little more difficult to print compared to basic resin. It was more delicate during the print process than basic resin requiring lift suction (or blow out during retraction?) relief ports in the model that were not required with basic resin. Have a Photon S and with Chitubox Basic wound up using a cure time of 25s, light of delay of around 40s (for an effective light off delay of ~ 35s), a lift of 7mm @ 30 mm/min and retraction speed of 60 mm/min in the most difficult suction region and cure time of 12.5s, 5 mm lift @ 300 mm/min (which seemed to work out better for the supports) and retraction speed of 120 mm/s for the remainder.
Posted by Bruce, January 27, 2023

Spool3D High Temp

Worked really well in my anycubic photon mono, used 8mm lift, 3,5sec normal exposure, 60sec bottom 6x layer exposure and 0.30mm bottom layer compensation with Lychee Slicer
Posted by Benoit Laganiere, January 27, 2022


Work as indicated
Posted by Alec, November 16, 2020