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ESD-R-100

ESD safe 3D resin for tools, jigs and fixtures in electronics industry.
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ESD-R-100 is an easy to use ESD-Safe 3D printing resin for electronics industry where electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection is needed.
State-of-the-art carbon nanotube technology ensures that the surface resistivity of 3D printed parts is in the range of 107 to 1010 ohm/sq.
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Key Features

Typical ESD-R-100 applications include: HDD components, semi-con wafer handling, tools, casings, & connectors, soldering jigs, conveying, metering, and sensing applications.

ESD-R-100 resin produces extremely accurate and dimensionally stable prints. Due to its hardness it can sustain straight edges and print out even the smallest parts. It exhibits low shrinkage so the print will not deform during post-curing stage making this resin a perfect choice for tools, jigs and fixtures in electronics industry.

ESD-R-100 material has a consistent surface resistivity in the range of 107 to 1010 ohm/sq. This ESD-safe resin is available in black color. Surface is mate, almost fully opaque and hard (90 Shore D). After post-cure, print does not feel sticky or tacky.
Printed parts have a glass transition temperature Tg of around 160℃. It is perfectly suitable for making soldering jigs and fixtures.

Water absorption is less than 0.2%. This means, that your models will not deform due to moisture or exposure to IPA. It is even resistant to some acids. Due to its resistant nature it can suit various challenging applications.

For a successful print, we recommend:

This ESD safe resin has a bit higher viscosity than other 3D printing resins.

If you use Anycubic Wash and Cure, leave the printed object submerged in IPA for 12 minutes. Depending on the results, you can repeat this step again and leave for additional 6 minutes.

If you prefer to clean with ordinary IPA baths, here is our easy 4 steps cleaning procedure:

  1. After taking your printed object off the build plate leave it submerged in the IPA bath for 10 minutes.
  2. Swirl the IPA bath with our part in it actively for another 1 minute.
  3. After swirling, leave it still, but fully submerged for another 10 minutes. At this point it would be wise to change IPA to clean one.
  4. Finally, swirl the bath actively again for 1 minute.

Evaluate cleaning results and repeat this procedure only once (if needed).

If you prefer cleaning with ultrasonic cleaner, we recommend to put a printed part into the container with IPA, close it well and put the container into the ultrasonic cleaner filled with water. Leave it for no more than 10 minutes. No additional heating is necessary.

It is easier to remove supports before post-curing. However, you can also post-cure a print with supports and remove them later. Depending on the model this can help to obtain better geometries if you have such goal. Post-curing time depends on your curing station. It can vary from 5 minutes to 1 hour (until the surface of your 3D print becomes non-sticky). You should post-cure immediately after cleaning and drying. After proper post-curing surface of ESD-R-100 printed objects should be completely non-sticky and very hard to scratch.

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