Prosumer Market Unlocked with Phrozen and Onyx Rigid PRO410LOCTITE 3D Printing
Until now, the prosumer 3D printing market has been lacking suitable materials that offer speed, precision, and high-grade mechanical properties. By adding Phrozen, a Taiwan-based LCD 3D Printing company, we are seeking to change the status quo around consumer 3D Printing.
With this new partnership, we are combining Phrozen‘s expertise in ultra fast 3D Printing with high-resolution LCD technology and Henkel’s experiences in creating high-quality materials to empower professionals, hobbyists, and 3D printing enthusiasts to create high quality models for prototyping, DIY projects, and more!
Using Onyx Rigid Pro410, available for purchase on Amazon, the consumer market can benefit from photopolymer 3D printing that offers high-resolution featured, exceptional surface finish, and extremely high print accuracy. Using this material that offers engineering-grade properties at a consumer price, users can experience print times by to three times faster than traditional prototyping resins. With validated workflows available for the Phrozen Sonic Mighty 4K and Phrozen Sonic Mini 4K printers, users can access detailed print settings to ensure a successful build with every print.
“We are thrilled to have Phrozen join Henkel´s Open Materials Platform, by combining our new range of Loctite PROfessional resins with Phrozen’s consumer friendly LCD, we can now deliver higher productivity, performance and cost-effective solutions for the prosumer market.” – Simon Mawson, Senior Vice President and Global Head of 3D Printing at Henkel.
Phrozen and Henkel will continue to introduce similar resins with stronger capabilities and functional characteristics to further enable the prosumer and DIY maker market in the coming future, so stay tuned! To read the full press announcement on the new partnership, or purchase your bottle of Onyx PRO410 now, use the links below!
More information about how to post process parts printed with Onyx Rigid Pro410 3D would be very nice to see.
I am considering buying the resin, but want more information first.
What types of cleaning liquids are OK to use and for how long?
Post UV-curing, typical time and power?
Can final heat treatment make the material even stronger or less brittle?
Makers of some resins recommend post curing submerged in distilled water. Is that good or bad for curing this resin?
What is the optimal printing settings for Phrozen Sonic Mini 4k, the printer I use for smaller fine detailed 3d-prints?
I agree with the comment above. More information on post curing would be very helpful.
I’ve read on forums that an alcohol wash is recommended but not for more than 30 seconds.
I generally use alcohol, then a degreaser, then dish soap.
It seems like I still have some residue.
FYI, I have used calibration prints so I have the best cure time while printing possible.
I spoke to a great person today at Loctite and they directed me to this:
Select Printer Workflow then Printer and Post Processing Settings.
Select the appropriate drop downs and you will get the TDS with the post cure instructions.
The short answer is 2 min in IPA, 2 more min in IPA. Hour drying time. 15 min cure. Flip. 15 min cure.