3D Printing Materials

UMA 90

At a glance


Carbon DLS


Red, Blue, Yellow, White, Black


0.075 mm

Max Print Size

189 x 118 x 326 mm

About the Material

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UMA 90 is a one-part rigid resin similar to conventional SLA resins. It is available in white, black, grey, cyan, yellow, and magenta colors that may be mixed freely to your specification before printing. As a one-part resin, UMA 90 it can be printed quickly and cheaply. It is well suited for producing manufacturing jigs, fixtures, and general purpose prototypes.

Material Properties

Ultimate Tensile Strength

30 MPa / 4000 PSI

Elongation at Break


Heat deflection temperature

45°C / 113°F @ 0.45 MPa


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