PolyJet 3D printing works in a similar way to the inkjet technique, but instead of jetting drops of ink onto paper it jets layers of curable liquid photopolymer onto a tray.
These fine layers help to achieve exceptional detail and surface smoothness, turning out builds of final-product standard.
PolyJet can produce specialised moulds, prototypes, medical models, jigs, fixtures and other manufacturing tools, as well as incorporate the widest variety of vivid colours and materials into a single print for unparalleled efficiency and versatility in product development.
Print accurate and intricate parts, with hundreds of thousands of colour combinations and Pantone validation
PolyJet materials can be everything from rigid to flexible and transparent to opaque, achieving builds of unmatched quality
Support material is easily removable by hand, and parts are fully cured during the build
"Now, in-house, we are able to create finely detailed physical objects directly from digital data that are virtually identical to the real thing. It has helped to slash our design-to-production times and is well on its way to giving us an even quicker return on investment than we anticipated."
Mick Gray - Eschmann