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Monocure 3D Rapid Tuff Resin - Grey 5 Litre

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This 5L bottle of Monocure 3D Rapid TUFF Grey Resin is a blend of specialised polymers, offering strength, durability and a slight flex for various applications.

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When it comes to 3D Printing, DLP & SLP printing is one of the most fascinating as they make use of light and LCD screens to shape ultraviolet sensitive resins. The 3D Resin technique certainly offers a much higher level of detail than the plastics of FDM printing due to the high-definition masking LCD that is used to build each layer. However, while most 3D Resins are designed for detail and precision, DLP Printing typically cannot compete with the strength and durability of FDM Filaments – or at least that was the case until now!

Arriving in a large 5L bottle, this Monocure 3D Rapid TUFF Grey Resin is filled with a unique blend of advanced urethanes, polymerised to offer strength and durability features that give it a high level of tensile strength. Without compromising on the impressive level of detail of classic 3D Resins, this is achieved by mixing polymers that offer high strength, a slight amount of flexibility, and effective hardening capabilities. Monocure TUFF 3D Resin is far more durable than almost any 3D Resins on the market and can even be machined afterwards to get it into the perfect shape or form for a wide range of applications.

While Monocure TUFF 3D Resin is certainly a great product alone, one of its key features is that it can also be mixed with other 3D Resins to enhance or diminish certain qualities. So, if you want your TUFF Resin to be more flexible, simply add some Monocure FLEX100 Resin to the mix and stir it well. Alternatively, if you want slightly less flex and more standard characteristics, with just a little bit more strength than standard Resins, simply add Monocure Rapid Resin to reduce the overall volume of TUFF urethanes in the blend. This of course means that you can really customise your DLP Prints in the ways that best suit your application, while enjoying the impressive quality standard that Monocure has become quite famous for in 3D Printing.

If you’re looking for quality resin from Monocure, but just in different colours for various prints and projects, check out our Monocure Resins category for all of the colours and specialised polymers that we have in stock.

Please Note: While this 3D resin is designed primarily for low-power DLP printers, it is however possible to use this resin for higher powered machines such as SLA and high-power projector-based machines provided you do some tweaking and lowering of the power output.


Monocure 3D Rapid TUFF Grey Resin - Technical Specifications:

  • Brand


  • Resin Range

Rapid TUFF

  • Colour

– Grey

  • Transparency

– ±5%

  • Volume

– 5 Litre

  • UV Reactivity Range

– 225 to 420nm (Ultraviolet to Purple)                        

  • Resin Viscosity

200 to 300cps @ 25°C

  • Cured Resin Shore D Hardness

– 85

  • Suggested Washing Liquid

– Isopropyl Alcohol / ResinAway

Additional Resources:

As a final note, if you are new to 3D Resin printing, or are just looking for great insights and tips on some best practices, check out the attached “Monocure Resin Guide” in the downloads section above, which you can even download and keep for later use too. Furthermore, the following are some handy resources to give you extra details for Monocure 3D Resins:

  • This is the Monocure Datasheets Page, which has handy documents that may be useful to you.
  • Next up is the Monocure Cheat Sheets Page, where they hide all the juicy hints and tips on using Monocure Resins with some popular DLP Printers.
  • If you’re unsure of what 3D Resins are compatible with your 3D Printer, this Resin Compatibility Page is mighty helpful in helping users match the right resin to the right 3D Printer.
  • Finally, it’s always a good idea to check out this “Monocure Pro Tips Videos” collection, which covers all kinds of topics from help with handling resin, through to changing FEP Film and Post Processing prints.

Monocure Resin Guide

Monocure Beginner's Guide to Using 3D Resins

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Within the world of SLA and DLP Printing, there are few brands who can truly stand out from the crowd with quality 3D Resins, and amongst these brands, the choice of colours, polymers and other unique characteristics are extremely limited. That was true, at least until we found Monocure, who are arguably the most impressive 3D Resin brand in the world.

Formed by chemists with a real passion for liquid polymers and UV-sensitive “plastics”, these resins have been designed, refined and perfected over the past few years to provide hobbyists and desktop fabricators with top quality resins that are not only effective, but also diverse in the ranges of different colours, types of polymers, and intended use cases.