Rigid and Rubber-Like Materials
Variety of both rigid and rubber materials
Able to 3D print single part from multiple materials
Surface finish smooth as injection-molded parts
Ideal for cosmetic prototypes
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PolyJet at a Glance
|Build Size||Layer Height||Resolution||Tolerance|
|19"x14"x8"||0.0006″ – 0.001″||600 dpi||±0.008″|
PolyJet is one of the only additive manufacturing technologies to offer rubber-like materials.
Multiple Material Parts
PolyJet can print a single part from both rigid and flexible materials. This allows for features such as simulated overmolding and gaskets.
Base materials can be mixed in varying percentages to produce secondary materials with varying mechanical properties.
High detail and a smooth surface finish make PolyJet ideal for evaluating the appearance and ergonomics of designs, particularly those with organic geometry.
Its extremely high tolerances make PolyJet ideal for fit testing parts. It’s particularly useful for testing small, detailed parts such as electrical connectors.
PolyJet’s ability to produce multi-part designs in a single print make it great for quickly prototyping simple mechanical assemblies.
Designed to simulate polypropylene, suitable for a wide variety of applications.
Rubber-like materials available in black and amber. Digital materials allow for varying Shore values.
Highly durable material designed to simulate standard ABS. Ideal for demanding applications.
Rigid materials suited to fitting and modeling. Available in white, gray, black and clear.
Transparent material suitable for concept modeling of plastic and glass parts
Heat resistant material intended to simulate thermal performance of engineering plastics.
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How PolyJet Works
PolyJet is a material jetting technology, much like MultiJet. Both PolyJet and MultiJet are derivative of stereolithography in that they produce parts from photopolymers which are cured by UV light.
1. Photopolymer material is liquid at room temperature
2. Two materials can be used to print a single part
3. Material is pumped into the print head
4. Print head deposits material in array of tiny droplets
5. Layers of liquid photopolymer are solidified via exposure to UV light
PolyJet Design Guide
Our in-depth design guide will help ensure your parts can be printed with PolyJet. We cover basic features like wall thickness as well as saving out designs to be printed with multiple materials.