THE NEW BB CURE TECH VERSION IS HERE FOR FORMLABS ENGINEERING RESINS

May 05, 2017

THE NEW BB CURE TECH VERSION IS HERE FOR FORMLABS ENGINEERING RESINS

As you are aware, all of Formlabs’ non-standard resins require a post curing solution in order to achieve it’s full rated properties and in the case of Dental SG resin, it’s bio-compatibility requirements.  We’ve been fortunate enough to work with our friends at Meccatronicore in distributing the BB Cure Dental version to Canada and the United States.  With the new release of the much sought after Durable Resin from Formlabs, the demand for engineering resins to reach it’s fully cured potential is stronger than ever.

We’re happy to announce that Shop3D.ca will be carrying the new BB Cure Tech which was made specifically for post curing the Engineering resins with it’s focus on the Durable resin which requires a different wavelength for post curing.  With this new version, you can have the peace of mind that your Tough, Dental, Flexible and High Temp resins will be fully post cured and at it’s strongest.

Now in stock at Shop3D.ca shipping from Ontario.  Check out the new BB Cure Tech!




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