Phrozen EL400 Elastomer Resin - 1KG

$ 119.99

$ 119.99

Phrozen EL400 Elastomer Resin - 1KG

Pre-Order: Will begin shipping from the manufacturer in late July 2024.

Creating prototypes with elastomer materials used to be tedious and time-consuming in traditional manufacturing methods. Phrozen EL400 Resin changes the game with its rubber-like, highly elastic, and tear-resistant elastomer properties, opening new possibilities for rapid iterative prototyping in 3D printing.

It's ideal for creating rubber-like prototypes like grips, seals, and gaskets or simulating lattice structures used in midsoles, saddles, and cushioning. Opening new possibilities for rapid iterative elastomeric prototyping that very difficult to achieve with traditional method (like injection molding).

  • Medium Hardness With High Elasticity: With shore hardness of 70-75A and 391% elongation, EL400 offers the optimal blend of elasticity and toughness for printing production-grade elastomer prototypes.
  • Tear-Resistant: Elastomeric prototypes printed with EL400 can endure over 60,000 cycles (Ross Flexing Fatigue test at 23°C) without tearing apart. Test your prototype performance in real-world scenarios since initial design stage.
  • Great Rebound Resilience : Comes with higher rebound resilience compared to most resins in the market. Each printed elastomer will effectively return to its original shape after initiated deformation.


  • Make sure to preserve resin at room temperature. Store in dark and ventilated conditions.
  • After printing, please keep used resins in a closed & opaque bottle.
  • Avoid mixing used resin with new resin.
  • Keep resin away from kids and away from direct sunlight exposure.
  • Wear gloves and masks when using resins.
  • If this chemical contacts the skin or eye, wash with plenty of water. DO NOT dump resin.
  • Please cure it and treat it as general plastic garbage.

Phrozen EL400 Elastomer Resin Specs

  • Weight: 1kg per bottle (Gray)
  • Density: 1.04 g/cm³
  • Viscosity (@25°C): 2300-3000 mPas
  • Surface Hardness: 70–75 Shore A
  • Tensile Strength at Break: 6.3 MPa
  • Tear Strength: 22 KN/m
  • Elongation at Break: 391%
  • Ross Flexing Fatigue (23℃, 60° bending, 100 cycle/minute): >60,000 cycles
  • Bayshore Rebound Resilience: 40%

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