Manufacturing jigs and fixtures

The UMA family contains rigid resins similar to conventional SLA resins. They are well suited for producing manufacturing jigs, fixtures, and general purpose prototypes.

Mechanical Properties

The stress-strain curve is an objective view of how a material will behave in use. It reveals the maximum stress and strain a material can handle along with important properties such as stiffness and yield.

Ultimate Tensile Strength

46 ± 3 MPa

Elongation At Break

17 ± 2%

Young's Modulus

2000 ± 100 MPa

Impact Strength (Notched)

33 ± 4 J/m

Material qualifications

Our materials are breaking new ground in additive manufacturing. CLIP enables 3D printing with novel classes of polymers, including complex chemistries such as polyurethane and cyanate ester-based resins. The result is a diverse and growing selection of materials reflecting common engineering requirements. The data speaks for itself — our materials make us different.

Download our Technical Data Sheets

PR 25 technical data sheet

UMA 90 technical data sheet

UMA 90 basic biocompatibility results