Magna W120

Magna W120: Heat Resistant

The primary characteristic of Magna W120 is its strong resistance to heat (up to 90 degrees Celsius). It is also a highly robust material resistant to a wide range of substances, including solvents and oil. Excellent thermal performance makes Magna W120 suitable for a wide range of applications, including light fittings and in the internals of cars. Its strong resistance to corrosion also make it ideal for orthodontics.

Advantages

Resistant to heat, Excellent detail resolution, Easy to process and finish.

Applications

Automotive, Tooling, Wind tunnel testing, Temperature testing, Casings for electronics, Orthodontics, Light fittings.

Magna W120 material property table

Liquid properties

AppearanceWhite
Viscosity430~530 cps@ 28°C (82.4°F)
Density1.13 g/cm³@ 25°C (77°F)

Optical properties

Ec7.5 mJ/cm2[critical exposure]
Dp0.152[slope of cure-depth
vs. In(E) curve]
Dp0.152[slope of cure-depth
vs. In(E) curve]

Mechanical Properties (90 Minutes UV Postcure)

ASTM MethodProperty DescriptionValue
ASTM D 638Tensile Modulus2840-3112 MPa
ASTM D 638Tensile Strength at Break58-66 MPa
ASTM D 638Elongation at Break4-8%
ASTM D 638 @66PSIASTMHeat Deflection Temperature75-90°C / 184-266°Cⱡ
ASTM D 790Flexural Strength60-80 Mpa
ASTM D 790Flexural Modulus2678-3188 Mpa
ASTM D 256Izod Impact (Notched)22~32 J/m
ASTM D 2240Hardness Shore D88

* After 2 hour 160°C thermal Postcure(note- applies to Magna 120)
* These values may vary and depend on individual machine processing and post-curing practices.