A specialized grey photopolymer resin for 3D printing with LCD devices, featuring high elongation at break and impact resistance, making it particularly suitable for the creation of functional verification prototypes.


  • Excellent impact resistance, with an impact strength of 34 J/m
  • Good toughness, with an elongation at break of over 50%
  • Suitable for printing robust functional prototype samples
  • Appearance: Grey opaque liquid
  • Viscosity: 487 cps at 30°C

Material Description

This commonly used material is white in color, with a tendency to turn slightly yellow after curing. It provides moderate strength, resistance to deformation, and a relatively brittle texture. It is suitable for rapid prototyping validation, assembly parts verification, catering to 3D printing enthusiasts, and the education industry.


Material Name :Tough

Energy Density: 3.6 mw/cm2


Layer Thickness:0.1 mm

Support Curing Time: 6 seconds


Single Layer:16.3s/layer

Model Curing Time 6 seconds


50mm Part Printing Efficiency: 2hrs 16mins 02secs

Post-processing: Alcohol (95%) + Ultrasonic Cleaning for 4 minutes

Mechanical Properties

We utilized the Martrix 190 3D printer for the printing process, employing tough resin as the material. A total of 28 samples were printed, and the mechanical properties reported herein represent the average values across the sample set.


Tensile Strength: 30.6 MPa

Impact Strength: 34.0 J/m


Tensile Modulus: 985 MPa

Shore Hardness: 80 D


Elongation at Break: 55.0%

Heat Deflection Temperature at 0.455 MPa: 52.2°C


Bending Strength: 41.0 MPa

Heat Deflection Temperature at 1.82 MPa: 45.0°C

Other Available Resins

Cast Sale price$102.00 USD
Clear Sale price$70.00 USD
Rubber Sale price$100.00 USD
Solvent-free Sale price$62.00 USD
Basic-10 Sale priceFrom $56.00 USD