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3D PRINTING IN A RANGE OF MATERIALS AND COLOURS

The Polyjet printing process uses a liquid polymer, which cures when exposed to ultra violet light. It enables the creation of rigid or flexible parts and supports an unrivalled range of colours. Stratasys’ Polyjet J750 is the world's first printer with the ability to produce objects in any of 360,000 continuous tones.

Polyjet 3D Printers

Polyjet technology highlights

Polyjet materials are loaded in liquid form. Because they are only cured once they have been placed, they can form particularly fine layers for exceptionally smooth results.

The print head extrudes fine droplets of liquid polymer onto the print bed, which is immediately cured when a UV flood lamp, attached to the nozzles, crosses the deposited material.

Advanced printers like the Polyjet J750 can work with six different material sources installed at once, allowing you to mix two or more within a single part, or to create several parts simultaneously from the different material reservoirs.

Soluble support materials can be removed using a water jet or by submerging the completed part in a liquid bath at the end of the printing process to leave behind a super-smooth, ultra-realistic finish.

The Benefits

  • The liquid materials used by a Polyjet system can produce particularly fine layers for smooth gradients.
  • You can load multiple materials at once, which means Polyjet systems can mimic any finish for entirely predictable results.
  • The Polyjet process lets you control the hardness of the finished product. Output can be firm or fully malleable, as required.

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CASE STUDY: AUTOMOTIVE 

Bentley Motors

3D printing enables assessment of small-scale models as well as full-size parts for assessment and testing purposes prior to production.

Super fine resolutions and an unrivalled range of colours make Polyjet hard to beat. Its ability to produce pliable objects makes it one of the most flexible 3D production systems available.

Mark Tyrtania, Sales Director, Laser Lines

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