UK-headquartered chemicals company, Scott Bader, has revealed details of its plans for TCT 3Sixty, which include showcasing advanced 3D printing resins achieving exceptional detail.
New Crestaform 8K is especially designed to unlock the potential of next-generation 8K LCD and DLP 3D printers by expertly creating intricate product features in grey and black colour options. The company is also demonstrating the level of precision now possible with these materials with Crestaform Dental Modelling HP – putting a spotlight on Scott Bader’s capabilities in enabling the quick fabrication of highly accurate, fixed and removable dental prosthetic models.
Dr Szymon Przybylak, Polymer Development Manager for Scott Bader’s composites division, said: “Innovation is at the heart of Scott Bader and something we will be showcasing in abundance at the exhibition. Perhaps the clearest example of the progress we’re making in this field will be seeing our Dental Modelling HP development in action.
“By pairing exceptional scan-to-model dimensional stability with rapid print speeds, we can achieve a surface finish and aesthetics that present outstanding definition of margin lines and anatomical details.”
Alongside this latest development, the group is also presenting a new and improved general-purpose resin formulation for 3D print applications, including high-resolution models, figurines, rapid prototyping and jewellery.
For LCD and DLP printers, the just-launched Crestaform Rapid 2.0 delivers high print quality, enhanced colour, robust mechanical performance and increased usability. Offering lightning-fast print speeds, this innovative resin is available in clear, white and grey shades. It joins Crestaform Open in completing Scott Bader’s TCT 3Sixty line-up – an almost universal rapid prototyping solution, compatible with LCD, SLA and DLP models, including Formlabs Form 2, Asiga UV Max, Anycubic Photon Ultra and Elegoo Mars 2.
“Crestaform presents a strong and growing portfolio of resins that have been further complemented with these four additions to our robust, durable and rapid collection and we’re looking forward to demonstrating our full capabilities at the show.” adds Szymon Przybylak.
Dubbed the ‘UK’s definitive and most influential 3D Printing and additive manufacturing event’, TCT 3Sixty, is taking place at Birmingham NEC from 7-8 June 2023.