High tolerance 3D printing
Highest tolerance 3D printing technology we offer
Able to replicate extremely detailed features
Smooth surface finish, like injection-molded parts
Ideal for fit testing and cosmetic prototypes
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MultiJet at a Glance
|Build Size||Layer Height||Tolerance||Resolution|
|12"x7"x8"||0.0006" - 0.0012"||±0.0015 inch per inch||375-750 DPI|
With layer heights as low as 0.0006″ and an XY resolution of 1600 DPI, MultiJet is the highest-resolution 3D printing technology we offer. MultiJet outperforms PolyJet on most small parts.
Smooth Surface Finish
Because of its low layer heights, MultiJet parts have a smooth surface finish, comparable to injection molded parts.
While not as robust as FDM, MultiJet parts are durable enough to be handled without risk of breaking them. They are well suited to most cosmetic applications.
MultiJet’s smooth surface finish makes it ideal for cosmetic prototypes. If your final parts are going to be injection molded, MultiJet is a great way to see how they will look and feel before you start production.
Prototyping your parts with MultiJet is a great way to ensure that your assemblies will fit together correctly. And with its incredibly high detail, it’s perfect for testing small, detailed compenents such as electrical connectors.
Depending on the application, MultiJet can be used to produce your final parts. If you only need a limited number of parts, 3D printing can be a great way to save on your production costs.
All 3D Printing Materials
The primary MultiJet material we use here at 3 Space is VisiJet M3-X. It is a white ABS-like material with excellent durability and temperature-resistance. While not as strong as most FDM materials, it is well suited to prototyping and some end-use applications.
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How MultiJet Works
MultiJet is a material jetting technology, much like PolyJet. Both technologies are derivative of stereolithography in that they produce parts from photopolymers which are cured by UV light.
1. Solid material is heated up and melted in the printer
2. Liquid material is fed into the print head
3. Print head deposits material in grid of hundreds of tiny droplets
4. Each layer of liquid material is solidified via exposure to UV light
MultiJet Design Guide
We’ve written an in-depth guide to help you design parts to be 3D printed with MultiJet. We’ve covered everything from maximum build volume to desining functional assemblies.