Rebound Resin: A Production-Ready Elastic 3D Printing Material

With five times the tear strength, three times the tensile strength, and two times the elongation of other production-grade elastomeric materials on the market, Rebound Resin is perfect for 3D printing springy, resilient parts. 

 

Resilient, springy structures.

Rebound Resin’s high elongation makes it perfect for tactile, stretchy parts such as handles and grips.

Elongation

300%

Performs under pressure.

Rebound Resin is strong enough to handle constant compression or tension, great for manufacturing complex gaskets and seals that last.

Tear strength

110 kN/m

Tensile strength

22 MPa

Miles of Real World Testing

New Balance shoes incorporating Rebound Resin are already on the market and worn around the world.

Rebound Resin withstands the elements, enduring daily use in all-weather conditions to outperform and outlast traditional materials.

Energy Return

57%

Customer Story: New Balance

Working With Rebound Resin

Rebound Resin is more complex to work with than other Formlabs products and requires extra steps and equipment for successful production.

This material is available exclusively through partnership with Formlabs
and requires a minimum quantity commitment to get started.

1. Design 
Rebound Resin requires designing within specific constraints for successful printing. Start small, follow the usage guidelines, and experiment.

2. Prep and Mix
Work with Formlabs to ensure an appropriate printing environment for this material. Before printing, mix the components of the resin in a fixed ratio.

3. Print and Post-Process
Rinse and post-cure the part using specific recommendations for Rebound Resin. This step will require specialized equipment.

Make 3D Printing Your Secret Ingredient

Formlabs can help your team explore and implement new ways to use additive manufacturing to strengthen existing business, launch new initiatives, and explore new custom materials for your unique project demands.