Surfaces Reprint Masses



New: REPRINT 3000 D

Reprint 3000 D is a light-curing, low viscosity reprint mass for surface reprints (eg structure reprints) in a spray, curing with a UV LED lamp. We provide a set consisting of four syringes à 3 g, 20 application cannulas, 50 pcs glass slides and a UV LED lamp with 21 LEDs including batteries in a handy transport box. The Reprint mass including application cannulas, the glass slides and the UV LED lamp are also available separately.


New: REPRINT 2000

Reprint 2000 is particularly well suited to form of larger components contours, fracture surfaces or similar. From the resulting negative-print you can easily produce a positive by casting a suitable cold embedding agent.
Thus, in the area of damage events replicas are prepared easily for archiving, examination or other documentation.
Technical Data:
Resolution: up to 0.1 µm
Processing time: 3 - 4 minutes
Recommended time for outpouring with polyurethane or Metamethylacrylate: possible after 1 hour
Linear dimensional change: - 0.15%
Shelf life at 23°C - 25°C, relative humidity: up to a maximum of 2 years



Reprint Set (Reprint 1000)

Set consisting of: 1 Mixing pistol, 2 Cartouches à 50 ml Reprint 1000,  30 Mixing spouts, 30 top piece spouts - all available separately in our online shop or directly from us

Reprint 1000 is a high-viscous mould material made from additional cross-linked vinyl silicones. It is especially suitable for the non-destructive analyses of microstructures and three dimensional structures such as for example fracture surfaces.
Reprint 1000 shows good hydrophilic qualities which improve wetting ability and mould accuracy.
Reprint 1000 - Cartouche and a mixing spout are loaded onto the mixing pistol. The mixing pistol applies the reprint mass uniformly onto the spot to be examined. Since the reprint mass consists of quick hardening two-component-silicone the print can be dissolved after approx. 3-4 minutes and evaluated immediately.
Technical Data:
Temperature range: - 15 to + 250 ° C
Resolution: up to 0.1 µm
Processing time: 3 - 4 minutes
Contraction after 24 hrs: less than 0.1 %
Deformation under pressure: 1.7 %

Practical examples: Macro, micro and SEM investigations