Liqcreate Liqcreate Resin for SLA / DLP / MSLA 3D Printers - Composite-X (1.5kg)

Liqcreate Composite-X is an extremely rigid, high-performance reinforced nano-composite resin designed for use on all open source SLA, DLP & MSLA 3D Printers in the range of 385-420nm. Boasting a flexural modulus of over 9000 MPa and a Flexural strength of 150-170 MPa, this material is easily one of the stiffest and strongest resins available on the market. Ideal for use in rapid tooling, wind tunnel testing, and other industrial applications this materials properties can be strengthened through UV-post curing or a thermal cure.

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  • 385 – 420nm wavelength 3D Printer compatibility
  • High chemical resistance
  • Low shrinkage
  • Flexural Modulus of over 9000 MPa
  • Flexural Strength of 150-170 MPa (after post-UV curing)
  • Increased tensile and compression strength (after post-UV curing)
  • Reduced water sorption (after post-UV curing)


  • Aerospace & other aerodynamic applications
  • Rapid tooling
  • Industrial parts
  • Functional parts


  1. Shake the bottle for at least 60 seconds before use.
  2. Allow the resin to rest for 10 minutes after shaking to let air bubbles escape before pouring into resin vat.

Note: This resin can be poured back into the bottle after use, however, it is important to check for residual pieces of polymer before doing so. Always take protective measures when handling Liqcreate resins. For more details on safety please check the attached Technical Data Sheet.


  • Container: Bottle
  • Net weight: 1.5kg
  • Wavelength: 385 - 420nm
  • Density: 1.52 g/cm3




The following compatible 3D printers and settings are available for Liqcreate resins, which are internally tested by Liqcreate and industrial partners:

  • Miicraft 125
  • Cubicon Lux hd
  • Anycubic Photon
  • Kudo3D Bean
  • Wanhao Duplicator 7
  • Wanhao Duplicator 8
  • Uniz Slash
  • Phrozen Shuffle
  • Phrozen XL
  • Phrozen Transform
  • Elegoo Mars
  • Beam3D Prism
  • Creality Halot-One
  • Creality Halot Sky
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