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Biocompatible

Silicone 60A UV MG is a biocompatible, bio-inert, non-biodegradable liquid silicone rubber that is cured with a UV light and delivers a Shore A hardness of 60. A transparent material, it can also be mixed with pigments. Approved only for short-term use in the body (29 days or less), it is suitable for microfluidics, wound dressings, bio-sensor housings, and prototyping.

This very versatile material can be used for numerous demo applications: from trying out new shapes and patterns using a cheap material; through making technical parts (e.g. gaskets); to medical device casings

EnvisionTEC’s E-Shell 200 Series 3D Printer Material is a low viscosity liquid photopolymer that produces strong, tough, water-resistant ABS like parts with high detail that are Class IIa biocompatible according to ISO 10993/Medical Product Law and are CE certified for use as hearing aid products, otoplastics, and medical devices.

The E-Shell 300 3D Printer Material series has been designed especially for applications in the hearing aid industries and is distinguished for rigidity and durability. It is CE certified and Class-IIa biocompatible according to ISO 10993 (Medical Product Law) for hearing aid shells and otoplastics.

The EnvisionTEC E-Shell 600 series has been designed especially for applications in the Hearing Aid industries and is distinguished for soft durability. The material is used on Perfactory UV machines only. EnvisionTEC E-Shell 600 is a liquid, photo-reactive acrylate for building functional parts. It is CE certified and Class-IIa biocompatible according to ISO 10993 (Medical Product Law) for soft ear shells and tips.

The E-Shell 3000 3D Printer Material series has been designed especially for applications in the hearing aid industries and is distinguished for rigidity and durability. It is CE certified and Class-IIa biocompatible according to ISO 10993 (Medical Product Law) for hearing aid shells and otoplastics.