Accura Xtreme White 200 (ABS-like White)

Accura Xtreme White 200 is an ABS-like, white material that is best suited for form-and-fit prototypes, snap-fit assemblies, consumer electronic components, and medical device prototypes. 

3D Printed ABS-like White (Accura Xtreme White 200) part

Product Description

ABS-Like White is a widely used, all-purpose material that provides flexibility relative to other SLA resins. It is an ideal stereolithography material for durability. Compared to the average value for injection-molded ABS, it will have a slightly higher tensile strength but lower elongation at break. ABS-Like White’s heat deflection is the lowest of all SLA materials.

 

Key Product Benefits

  • Good strength and flexibility
  • Durability
  • Dimensional Stability


Applications

ABS-Like White’s well-rounded mechanical properties make it suitable for form-and-fit prototypes, snap-fit assemblies, consumer electronic components, and medical device prototypes.

Tolerances

For well-designed parts, tolerances in the X/Y dimension of ±0.002 in. (0.05mm) for the first inch plus ±0.001 in./in., and Z-dimension tolerances of ±0.005 in. (0.127mm) for the first inch plus ±0.001 in./in. (0.001mm/mm), can typically be achieved. Note that tolerances may change depending on part geometry.


Accura Xtreme White 200 Properties


Property Test Method Value
Color - White
Density in solid state @ 25 °C (77 °F) 1.18 g/cm3
Water absorption (20 °C, 50% relative humidity) ASTM D570 0.65 ± 0.15%
E-module (x-y plane) ASTM D638, test speed 10mm/min 3,300 ± 400 MPa
Tensile strength (x-y plane) ASTM D638, test speed 10mm/min 55 ± 10 MPa
Elongation at break (x-y plane) ASTM D638, test speed 10mm/min 9 ± 5%
Heat deflection temperature @ 0.46 MPa* ASTM D648 47 °C (117 °F)
Heat deflection temperature @ 1.82 MPa* ASTM D648 42 °C (108 °F)

 

* From supplier data sheet

All of the figures contained on this data sheet are approximate and dependent on a number of factors, including but not limited to, machine and process parameters. The information provided is therefore not binding and not deemed to be certified.


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