3D Printers

It’s one thing to have an idea in your head — it’s something else to hold it in your hands, or place it on your co-worker’s desk and proclaim “I knew this would work.” 3D printers let you think faster. Move quickly. Cut costs.

3D Printers

WAVE OF THE FUTURE

Everything You Need to Know About 3D Printing

It’s one thing to have an idea in your head — it’s something else to hold it in your hands, or place it on your co-worker’s desk and proclaim “I knew this would work.” 3D printers let you think faster. Move quickly. Cut costs.

From individual designer through product development collaboration to the manufacturing department, Stratasys offers FDM and PolyJet 3D printers designed for you.

Application

Manufacturing Tools Solution 

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  • Production, without the line : Imagine production without the oppressive costs and time requirements of tooling. Make changes quickly and affordably — at any stage in the production cycle. Create low–volume assembly fixtures and jigs directly from CAD data.

What 3D Printing Can Do?

  • Digital manufacturing is the manufacturing procedures which uses additive fabrication technologies to produce end-use parts or create tooling, casting or forming of products.Time-to-market, freedom to redesign and flexible manufacturing plans are only the beginning. This new

Rapid Prototyping Solution

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  • The power of prototyping. Maximized :
    Stratasys Design Series 3D Printers dramatically tighten design and development cycles, improve communication and collaboration, and resolve issues between design and engineering. They speed products to market and reduce costly mistakes — all while keeping your intellectual property onsite. Very soon, you’ll wonder, “Why weren’t we doing this before?”

What 3D Printing Can Do?

Concept Modeling

  • 3D printing enables engineers and designers glimpse the future by turning an idea into a one-off finished product within hours or days.
  • With in-house concept modeling, you can prove out your next big inspiration, incorporate improvements early, and filter out failures before they become costly.

Functional Prototyping

  • Iterative, agile product development is the promise of the 3D printing. Functional prototyping with production-grade thermoplastics or digital materials reveals how your next product will perform, well before you commit to production.

How 3D Printing Works?

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technology

Trademarked by Stratasys, FDM 3D printing technology squeezes thermoplastic gauzes according to coordinates pre-programmed by software. Parts are constructed layer-by-layer from the bottom up by heating and extruding thermoplastic filament.

It is the only professional 3D printing technology that uses production-grade thermoplastic materials, so parts are unrivaled in mechanical thermal and chemical strength.

PolyJet Technology

PolyJet technology is a powerful additive manufacturing method that produces smooth, accurate prototypes, parts and tooling. PolyJet 3D printing is similar to inkjet printing, but instead of jetting drops of ink onto paper, PolyJet 3D printers jet layers of curable liquid photopolymer onto a build tray.

With 16-micron layer resolution and accuracy as high as 0.1 mm, PolyJet can produce thin walls and complex geometries using the widest range of materials.

FDM Benefits

  • The technology is clean, simple-to-use and office-friendly
  • Supported production-grade thermoplastics are mechanically and environmentally stable
  • Complex geometries and cavities that would otherwise be problematic become practical with FDM technology

PolyJet Benefits

  • Create smooth, detailed prototypes that convey final-product aesthetics
  • Produce complex shapes, intricate details and smooth surfaces
  • Incorporate color and diverse material properties into one model with the greatest material versatility available

Our Solutions

Applications Within Automotive

Act faster and shrink the cost and risk associated with producing specialty tools and custom fixtures. Be creative and innovate quickly to produce the tools you need to do the job with greater efficiency and ease.

The flexibility of 3D printing solutions frees you to optimize jigs, fixtures and other manufacturing aids for specific tasks, components, individuals, or equipment.

Shift your production work to FDM and eliminate the expense of tooling, set-ups and change overs to save up to 90%.

Polaris

FDM Technology Helps Reduce Tooling Costs By $60,000 Per Part

“Every time we avoid cutting a tool, we save 8 to 12 weeks.” — Randy Larson, Polaris –

Industry: Automotive  Consumer Goods  

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

  

Volvo

Construction Equipment digs up prototype savings of 18 weeks and 92% of costs

“3D printing will make it possible to build mock-up engine components so the platform and manufacturing teams can provide feedback at a much earlier stage in the development process.”
– Jeff Hartman, Product Designer, Volvo Construction Equipment

Industry: Automotive 

Technology: PolyJet

Download PDF

  

Ducati

Motorcycle Maker Accelerates Engine Design with FDM Prototyping

“To keep Ducati at the forefront of engine design, we sought a technology that could make accurate, durable prototypes quickly.”

— Piero Giusti, Ducati  

Industry: Automotive

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

  

Gordon Murray

British Automotive Design & Manufacturing Firm Reduces Prototyping Times By 68%

“We were initially using the machine as a design tool but soon discovered that we could use it more and more for structural parts. In fact, we’ve designed the entire of the T.25 interior using the Stratasys machine.”
— Gordon Murray, Gordon Murray Design

Industry: Automotive

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

  

Honda Access

Honda Access Honda Access shifts its customization options into high gear with 3D printing.

“The Stratasys 3D Printer not only offers quality prototypes with fine details, it also enables our company to enhance customer satisfaction by synchronizing the development cycle of both the vehicle and the OEM accessories we create. Its user-friendliness further allows our designers to be more creative.”

— Hiroshi Takemori, senior design researcher, product planning department

Industry: Automotive

Technology: PolyJet

Download PDF

  

Ichikoh Industries

Ichikoh Industries races to market using an Objet 3D Printer

“We believe the Objet Eden500V will help us significantly, in all areas of product prototyping.”

— Naohisa Akiyama, Ichikoh Industries

Industry: Automotive

Technology: PolyJet

Download PDF

  

Applications Within Consumer Goods

Stratasys’ advances in FDM and PolyJet technology allow you to create production-grade prototypes that look, feel, and perform like your final product.

Print a mold. Shoot 10 to 100 parts. Then test and validate your designs using final production materials and processes. It could save you the time, cost, and waste of retooling.

Get better consumer feedback, test more thoroughly, and fix problems early on — before they become costly. Rapid prototyping will help you uncover more ways to perfect your designs.

InnoDesign

Korean design firm uses the Stratasys J750 to improve prototypes

“The Stratasys J750 truly amazes everyone on the team, and boosts energy for designers to keep thinking out of the box for more and better ideas. We look forward to opening up a whole new world full of colorful and new designs together with Stratasys.”

– Kim Young-se / Innodesign

Industry: Consumer Goods

Technology: PolyJet

Download PDF

Henk and I

Innovative Pool-Cleaner Motor Developed In Half The Time With Additive  Manufacturing

“It would have been impossible to design a machine of this complexity and originality without the capability to quickly build prototypes.”

— Henk van der Meijden, Henk and I

Industry: Consumer Goods   

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

  

3M Korea

3D Printing Speeds Design, Drastically Cuts Prototyping Costs for 3M 

“The Objet 3D Printer has allowed us to shorten modeling time from seven days to one day, cut prototyping costs by 90 percent, and systematize our design process.”

— In-Hwan Lee, 3M Korea

Industry: Consumer Goods   

Technology: PolyJet   

Download PDF

Bianchi Bikes

Bianchi Bikes Accelerates Development Cycle with 3D Printing

“With our Dimension 3D Printer, we were able to master the locking system in less than 24 hours at a fraction of the cost. Having this capability enables us to spend more time perfecting our designs and less time worrying about whether our suppliers will deliver parts on time.”

— Fabio Ferri


Industry: Consumer Goods   

Technology: FDM  

Download PDF

Trek Wind-Tunnel Prototypes

Trek accelerates design cycles with Objet 3D Printer

“The fact that we were able to print multiple iterations quickly enabled the designers to experiment more and still make all their deadlines.”
— Mike Zeigle, Manager of Trek’s Prototype Development Group

Industry: Consumer Goods

Technology: PolyJet

Download PDF

HOYU

HOYU Tooling brings prototyping in-house with Objet Printer

“The huge tray size is incredible. We print several models in a single build, which saves us lots of time.”

— Lam Suet Fung, HOYU Tooling

Industry: Consumer Goods

Technology: PolyJet

Download PDF

Applications Within Medicine

Optimize surgical planning with spatially, tactilely, and physically accurate models based on patient scans. Surgical teams can use the 3D printed models to plan therapeutic approaches, and make more efficient use of expensive operating room time.

3D printed multi-material models can replicate the complexity and wide range of patient pathology, making them superior tools for medical education. But how do 3D printed models compare to traditional training methods?

Get to market faster with clinically meaningful and marketable products. Use 3D printing solutions to rapidly produce prototypes with the shape, texture, and material properties of any medical device. Test quickly for early feedback and optimize designs for final production.

Udell Dental Laboratory

Dental Lab Reduces Material Cost of Partial Denture Frames 75% with Stratasys 3D Printer

“The time required to print a typical removable partial dental frame is reduced by 80 percent, which makes it possible to complete the partial denture framework in a day and a half.”

– Scott Udell, President, Udell Dental Laboratory


Industry: Dental   

Technology: PolyJet  

Download PDF

 

Altimate Medical

Altimate Medical Stands Up to the Service Bureaus

“A model that cost $1,000 and took three weeks to get from a service bureau can now be made internally for around $100.” — Gabe Routh, Product Development Manager, Altimate Medical Inc.

Industry: Medical

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

Nordic Neuro Lab

NordicNeuroLab Reduces Time to Market with an Objet 3D Printer

“Our Objet 3D Printer has helped us to reduce time to market and has also decreased the risk of building a faulty mold.” — Svein Reidar Rasmussen, NordicNeuroLab

Industry: Medical

Technology:
PolyJet

Download PDF

BlueSky Designs

BlueSky Shaves Three Weeks and $20,000 From Product Development Timeline

“With the 3D printer we develop many iterations before deciding on the ones we machine, which has saved us tens of thousands of dollars in design and manufacturing costs.”

— Dianne Goodwin, BlueSky Designs

Industry: Medical  Commercial Products

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

Shaping Young Hearts

STRATASYS HELPS A SURGEON SAVE MORE KIDS

“My team could visualize the operation before we started. We knew the safest approach, and confidently made a smaller incision.”

— Dr. Redmond Burke, Nicklaus Children’s Hospital

Industry: Medical

Technology: PolyJet

Download PDF

Pioneer

3D printing helps Pioneer develop AR-enabled car navigation system

“By creating prototypes with an in-house 3D
printer, we were able to cut down product
development cost by approximately 50 percent.”

— Yasuyuki Tobishima, Pioneer Corporation

Industry: Electronics

Technology: PolyJet

Download PDF

  

Culligan

Culligan Brings Out the Best in Water

“I wouldn’t trade in our Dimension

3D printer for anything. It’s a tool we use to

showcase our capabilities when our dealers

and resellers come into the office for a tour.

They are always very impressed.”

— Steve Reif, Director of Research & Development,Culligan

Industry: Electronics

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

Bullard

Bullard Co. Designing Tools for the Super Hero

“[Because of the concept models] we didn’t have to guess if the customer would like the T3 – we knew from the very beginning.”

— Eric Bielefeld, Bullard Senior Industrial Designer

Industry: Commercial Products

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

 

Logitech

Functional Tests Help Improve Headset Strength by 273%

“Had we relied on formulas and CAD models

rather than functional models, we might

never have found the optimal design.”

– Dominic Amae, Logitech

Industry: Electronics

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

  

Christie Digital

A mix of 3D printing technologies helps optimize products

“We have had a mindset change with our engineers. Now they are not willing to live with one prototype and hope it works,”
— Mark Barfoot, Christie Digital Systems

Industry: Electronics

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

  

Architecture Build detailed, durable models with 3D printing

Seeing is believing. Stratasys 3D Printing helps architectural firms seize more opportunities by creating complex, durable models in-house, directly from CAD data.

PolyJet 3D printing technology produces astonishingly smooth, detailed architectural models in an array of materials, including rigid photopolymers ready for painting. For models that must bear loads or take abuse, FDM Technology builds strong parts in production-grade thermoplastics.

Find customer testimonials and expert knowledge on 3D printing in architecture.

  • Case Studies

Modelzium

Architectural Modeling Firm Enhances Competitiveness with Objet 3D Printer

“The speed with which we can deliver highly accurate architectural models with the Objet 3D Printer has had a great impact on our business.”

— Yang Ho Park, Modelzium

Industry: Architecture

Technology: PolyJet

Download PDF

  

BplusU

BplusU Uses 3D Printer To Create Real-Time Digital Fabrication For Museum Visitors

“Having our own 3D printer makes sense because of the complexity of the geometry we’re working with. There is no other way to build some of our models than with 3D printing.”

— Herwig Baumgartner, Principal/Partner, BplusU

Industry: Architecture

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

Camerino

Objet elevates architectural design, reduces time, costs at Camerino University

“Thanks to Objet, we can touch the results of 210 days of work. I had a stadium in my mind, and now it’s in my hands.”

— Luca Frattari, University of Camerino

Industry: Architecture

Technology: PolyJet

Download PDF

  

McCann

Architecture Architectural Modeling Firm Builds Scale Model of Stunning Abu Dhabi Edifice with 3D Printing

“The [Dimension 3D] printer has given us the ability to create unorthodox shapes to an exacting degree of accuracy. There have been projects that we simply could not have completed without it.”

— Josh Coulas, Peter McCann Architectural Models Inc.

Industry: Architecture

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

 

Transference

3D Printing Helps Taiwanese Model Shop Pass Architectural Design Tests

“The Fortus 3D Production System has expanded our possibilities and fostered creativity in our team.”

— Huang-Ren Li, Transference

Industry: Architecture

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

   

Our Solutions

Applications Within Automotive

Act faster and shrink the cost and risk associated with producing specialty tools and custom fixtures. Be creative and innovate quickly to produce the tools you need to do the job with greater efficiency and ease.

The flexibility of 3D printing solutions frees you to optimize jigs, fixtures and other manufacturing aids for specific tasks, components, individuals, or equipment.

Shift your production work to FDM and eliminate the expense of tooling, set-ups and change overs to save up to 90%.

Polaris

FDM Technology Helps Reduce Tooling Costs By $60,000 Per Part

“Every time we avoid cutting a tool, we save 8 to 12 weeks.” — Randy Larson, Polaris –

Industry: Automotive  Consumer Goods  

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

  

Volvo

Construction Equipment digs up prototype savings of 18 weeks and 92% of costs

“3D printing will make it possible to build mock-up engine components so the platform and manufacturing teams can provide feedback at a much earlier stage in the development process.”
– Jeff Hartman, Product Designer, Volvo Construction Equipment

Industry: Automotive 

Technology: PolyJet

Download PDF

  

Ducati

Motorcycle Maker Accelerates Engine Design with FDM Prototyping

“To keep Ducati at the forefront of engine design, we sought a technology that could make accurate, durable prototypes quickly.”

— Piero Giusti, Ducati  

Industry: Automotive

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

  

Gordon Murray

British Automotive Design & Manufacturing Firm Reduces Prototyping Times By 68%

“We were initially using the machine as a design tool but soon discovered that we could use it more and more for structural parts. In fact, we’ve designed the entire of the T.25 interior using the Stratasys machine.”
— Gordon Murray, Gordon Murray Design

Industry: Automotive

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

  

Honda Access

Honda Access Honda Access shifts its customization options into high gear with 3D printing.

“The Stratasys 3D Printer not only offers quality prototypes with fine details, it also enables our company to enhance customer satisfaction by synchronizing the development cycle of both the vehicle and the OEM accessories we create. Its user-friendliness further allows our designers to be more creative.”

— Hiroshi Takemori, senior design researcher, product planning department

Industry: Automotive

Technology: PolyJet

Download PDF

  

Ichikoh Industries

Ichikoh Industries races to market using an Objet 3D Printer

“We believe the Objet Eden500V will help us significantly, in all areas of product prototyping.”

— Naohisa Akiyama, Ichikoh Industries

Industry: Automotive

Technology: PolyJet

Download PDF

  

Applications Within Consumer Goods

Stratasys’ advances in FDM and PolyJet technology allow you to create production-grade prototypes that look, feel, and perform like your final product.

Print a mold. Shoot 10 to 100 parts. Then test and validate your designs using final production materials and processes. It could save you the time, cost, and waste of retooling.

Get better consumer feedback, test more thoroughly, and fix problems early on — before they become costly. Rapid prototyping will help you uncover more ways to perfect your designs.

InnoDesign

Korean design firm uses the Stratasys J750 to improve prototypes

“The Stratasys J750 truly amazes everyone on the team, and boosts energy for designers to keep thinking out of the box for more and better ideas. We look forward to opening up a whole new world full of colorful and new designs together with Stratasys.”

– Kim Young-se / Innodesign

Industry: Consumer Goods

Technology: PolyJet

Download PDF

Henk and I

Innovative Pool-Cleaner Motor Developed In Half The Time With Additive  Manufacturing

“It would have been impossible to design a machine of this complexity and originality without the capability to quickly build prototypes.”

— Henk van der Meijden, Henk and I

Industry: Consumer Goods   

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

  

3M Korea

3D Printing Speeds Design, Drastically Cuts Prototyping Costs for 3M 

“The Objet 3D Printer has allowed us to shorten modeling time from seven days to one day, cut prototyping costs by 90 percent, and systematize our design process.”

— In-Hwan Lee, 3M Korea

Industry: Consumer Goods   

Technology: PolyJet   

Download PDF

Bianchi Bikes

Bianchi Bikes Accelerates Development Cycle with 3D Printing

“With our Dimension 3D Printer, we were able to master the locking system in less than 24 hours at a fraction of the cost. Having this capability enables us to spend more time perfecting our designs and less time worrying about whether our suppliers will deliver parts on time.”

— Fabio Ferri


Industry: Consumer Goods   

Technology: FDM  

Download PDF

Trek Wind-Tunnel Prototypes

Trek accelerates design cycles with Objet 3D Printer

“The fact that we were able to print multiple iterations quickly enabled the designers to experiment more and still make all their deadlines.”
— Mike Zeigle, Manager of Trek’s Prototype Development Group

Industry: Consumer Goods

Technology: PolyJet

Download PDF

HOYU

HOYU Tooling brings prototyping in-house with Objet Printer

“The huge tray size is incredible. We print several models in a single build, which saves us lots of time.”

— Lam Suet Fung, HOYU Tooling

Industry: Consumer Goods

Technology: PolyJet

Download PDF

Applications Within Medicine

Optimize surgical planning with spatially, tactilely, and physically accurate models based on patient scans. Surgical teams can use the 3D printed models to plan therapeutic approaches, and make more efficient use of expensive operating room time.

3D printed multi-material models can replicate the complexity and wide range of patient pathology, making them superior tools for medical education. But how do 3D printed models compare to traditional training methods?

Get to market faster with clinically meaningful and marketable products. Use 3D printing solutions to rapidly produce prototypes with the shape, texture, and material properties of any medical device. Test quickly for early feedback and optimize designs for final production.

Udell Dental Laboratory

Dental Lab Reduces Material Cost of Partial Denture Frames 75% with Stratasys 3D Printer

“The time required to print a typical removable partial dental frame is reduced by 80 percent, which makes it possible to complete the partial denture framework in a day and a half.”

– Scott Udell, President, Udell Dental Laboratory


Industry: Dental   

Technology: PolyJet  

Download PDF

 

Altimate Medical

Altimate Medical Stands Up to the Service Bureaus

“A model that cost $1,000 and took three weeks to get from a service bureau can now be made internally for around $100.” — Gabe Routh, Product Development Manager, Altimate Medical Inc.

Industry: Medical

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

Nordic Neuro Lab

NordicNeuroLab Reduces Time to Market with an Objet 3D Printer

“Our Objet 3D Printer has helped us to reduce time to market and has also decreased the risk of building a faulty mold.” — Svein Reidar Rasmussen, NordicNeuroLab

Industry: Medical

Technology:
PolyJet

Download PDF

BlueSky Designs

BlueSky Shaves Three Weeks and $20,000 From Product Development Timeline

“With the 3D printer we develop many iterations before deciding on the ones we machine, which has saved us tens of thousands of dollars in design and manufacturing costs.”

— Dianne Goodwin, BlueSky Designs

Industry: Medical  Commercial Products

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

Shaping Young Hearts

STRATASYS HELPS A SURGEON SAVE MORE KIDS

“My team could visualize the operation before we started. We knew the safest approach, and confidently made a smaller incision.”

— Dr. Redmond Burke, Nicklaus Children’s Hospital

Industry: Medical

Technology: PolyJet

Download PDF

Pioneer

3D printing helps Pioneer develop AR-enabled car navigation system

“By creating prototypes with an in-house 3D
printer, we were able to cut down product
development cost by approximately 50 percent.”

— Yasuyuki Tobishima, Pioneer Corporation

Industry: Electronics

Technology: PolyJet

Download PDF

  

Culligan

Culligan Brings Out the Best in Water

“I wouldn’t trade in our Dimension

3D printer for anything. It’s a tool we use to

showcase our capabilities when our dealers

and resellers come into the office for a tour.

They are always very impressed.”

— Steve Reif, Director of Research & Development,Culligan

Industry: Electronics

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

Bullard

Bullard Co. Designing Tools for the Super Hero

“[Because of the concept models] we didn’t have to guess if the customer would like the T3 – we knew from the very beginning.”

— Eric Bielefeld, Bullard Senior Industrial Designer

Industry: Commercial Products

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

 

Logitech

Functional Tests Help Improve Headset Strength by 273%

“Had we relied on formulas and CAD models

rather than functional models, we might

never have found the optimal design.”

– Dominic Amae, Logitech

Industry: Electronics

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

  

Christie Digital

A mix of 3D printing technologies helps optimize products

“We have had a mindset change with our engineers. Now they are not willing to live with one prototype and hope it works,”
— Mark Barfoot, Christie Digital Systems

Industry: Electronics

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

  

Architecture Build detailed, durable models with 3D printing

Seeing is believing. Stratasys 3D Printing helps architectural firms seize more opportunities by creating complex, durable models in-house, directly from CAD data.

PolyJet 3D printing technology produces astonishingly smooth, detailed architectural models in an array of materials, including rigid photopolymers ready for painting. For models that must bear loads or take abuse, FDM Technology builds strong parts in production-grade thermoplastics.

Find customer testimonials and expert knowledge on 3D printing in architecture.

  • Case Studies

Modelzium

Architectural Modeling Firm Enhances Competitiveness with Objet 3D Printer

“The speed with which we can deliver highly accurate architectural models with the Objet 3D Printer has had a great impact on our business.”

— Yang Ho Park, Modelzium

Industry: Architecture

Technology: PolyJet

Download PDF

  

BplusU

BplusU Uses 3D Printer To Create Real-Time Digital Fabrication For Museum Visitors

“Having our own 3D printer makes sense because of the complexity of the geometry we’re working with. There is no other way to build some of our models than with 3D printing.”

— Herwig Baumgartner, Principal/Partner, BplusU

Industry: Architecture

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

Camerino

Objet elevates architectural design, reduces time, costs at Camerino University

“Thanks to Objet, we can touch the results of 210 days of work. I had a stadium in my mind, and now it’s in my hands.”

— Luca Frattari, University of Camerino

Industry: Architecture

Technology: PolyJet

Download PDF

  

McCann

Architecture Architectural Modeling Firm Builds Scale Model of Stunning Abu Dhabi Edifice with 3D Printing

“The [Dimension 3D] printer has given us the ability to create unorthodox shapes to an exacting degree of accuracy. There have been projects that we simply could not have completed without it.”

— Josh Coulas, Peter McCann Architectural Models Inc.

Industry: Architecture

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

 

Transference

3D Printing Helps Taiwanese Model Shop Pass Architectural Design Tests

“The Fortus 3D Production System has expanded our possibilities and fostered creativity in our team.”

— Huang-Ren Li, Transference

Industry: Architecture

Technology: FDM

Download PDF

   

MATERIAL PARTS

FDM Thermoplastics

3D print durable parts in production-grade materials

FDM Technology builds parts in the same strong, stable plastics used in injection molding, CNC machining and other traditional manufacturing processes. Harness the power of 3D printing while relying on tested, established thermoplastics.

POLYJET MATERIAL

PolyJet Materials

3D print in hundreds of materials

PolyJet technology 3D prints in the widest variety of materials, so you can create ergonomic tooling, biocompatible surgical guides or realistic prototypes that closely resemble finished products.

Models are precisely printed in layers as fine as 16 microns for smooth surfaces and complex geometries. Material properties range from rubber to rigid, transparent to opaque, neutral to vibrantly colored and standard to biocompatible.

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