PolyJet technology is capable of creating smooth surfaces, thin walls, and complex geometries with accuracy as high as 0.1 mm—the one and only technology that supports a wide selection of materials with properties that range from rubber to rigid and transparent to opaque. It is also possible to 3D print with multiple materials in a single build to achieve combinations of colors and characteristics (e.g. parts made of rigid and flexible materials).

How does the technology work? PolyJet is photopolymer-based jetting process that distributes material droplets layer by layer onto a build platform (immediately cured by a flash of UV light). At the end of the build process, the object is fully cured and can be handled immediately without post-curing. This technology includes use of a gel-like support material, designed to enable complicated geometries (removed by soaking and/or water jetting).

Digital Materials -
  • Wide range of flexibility, from Shore A 27 to Shore A 95
  • Rigid materials ranging from simulated standard plastics to the toughness and temperature resistance of Digital ABS Plus TM
  • Vibrant colors in rigid or flexible materials, with over 500,000 colors options on the Stratasys J750
  • Available on PolyJet multi-jetting 3D printers
Simulated ABS Digital ABS Plus
  • Simulates ABS plastics by combining strength with high temperature resistance
  • Digital ABS PlusTM offers enhanced dimensional stability for thin-walled parts
  • Ideal for functional prototypes, snap-fit parts for high or low temperature usage, electrical parts, castings, mobile telephone casings and engine parts and covers
Transparent Vero Clear
  • Print clear and tinted parts and prototypes with VeroClearTM and RGD720
  • Combine with color materials for stunning transparent shades
  • Ideal for form and fit testing of see-through parts, like glass, consumer products, eyewear, light covers and cases, visualization of liquid flow, medical applications, artistic and exhibition modeling
Rigid Opaque Vero Pure White,
Vero Black Plus,
Vero White Plus,
Vero Yellow,
Vero Cyan,
Vero Magenta,
Vero Blue
  • Brilliant color options for unprecedented design freedom
  • Combine with rubber-like materials for overmolding, soft touch handles and more
  • Ideal for fit and form testing, moving and assembled parts, sales, marketing and exhibition models, assembly of electronic components and silicone molding
  • Simulates the appearance and functionality of polypropylene
  • Ideal for prototyping containers and packaging, flexible snap-fit applications and living hinges, toys, battery cases, laboratory equipment, loudspeakers and automotive components
Rubber-like Agilus30
  • Offers various levels of elastomer characteristics
  • Combine with rigid materials for a variety of Shore A values, from Shore A 27 to Shore A 95
  • Ideal for rubber surrounds and overmolding, soft-touch coatings and nonslip surfaces, knobs, grips, pulls, handles, gaskets, seals, hoses, footwear, and exhibition and communication models

*Parts over 250mm in any dimension require quote review.



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From design to production, bring agility and aesthetics to every stage of the product development cycle—eliminating design barriers and improving communication and collaboration. With the widest range of properties available, PolyJet material options allow designers and engineers the ability to create realistic prototypes to better evaluate future products, ergonomic tooling to streamline production, or even bio-compatible surgical guides or other specialized parts. This technology is also capable of producing molds for urethane casting or injection molding, as well as manufacturing aides such as fixtures like a soft jaw for CNC machining.

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