Discover the PolyJet Technology
Realistic Colour Multi-material 3D Printing
What is PolyJet?
PolyJet is a powerful 3D printing technology that produces smooth, accurate parts, prototypes and tooling.
With microscopic layer resolution and accuracy down to 0.1 mm, it can produce thin walls and complex geometries using the widest range of materials available with any technology.
PolyJet 3D Printers
A range of Objet machines from Stratasys
Stratasys J750 / J735
The Stratasys J750 3D Printer delivers unrivaled aesthetic performance including true, full-colour capability with texture mapping and colour gradients.
The Objet350/500 Connex3 are able to combine vivid colour and multiple materials, to simulate the precise look, feel and function of finished products.
The Objet30 Pro combines the accuracy and versatility of a high-end rapid prototyping machine with the small footprint of a regular desktop 3D printer.
The Stratasys Objet30 Prime 3D prints from your desktop, with twelve material options including rubber, high-temperature and bio-compatible.
The Objet260 Connex is a colour, multi-material 3D printer compact enough for office use, which now makes colour 3D Printing more accessible to designers.
Create large or small production tools and full-scale prototypes with the Objet1000 Plus 3D Printer. Maximize your productivity and quickly achieve ROI.
Multiple colours, textures and forms
Agilus 30 is a PolyJet Photopolymer 3D printing material with superior tear-resistance, capable of withstanding repeated flexing and bending.
Bio-compatible PolyJet photopolymer (MED610) is a rigid medical rapid prototyping material, featuring high dimensional stability and colourless transparency
Digital ABS Plus
Digital ABS Plus™ is designed to simulate standard ABS plastics for better impact strength with high-temperature resistance, toughness and superior finish.
High Temperature (RGD525)
Stratasys High Temperature PolyJet 3D printing material is ideal for thermal testing prototypes that require hot-air or hot-water flow.
PolyJet Support (SUP705, 706, 707)
Gel-like PolyJet support materials designed to uphold overhangs and complicated geometries during the 3D printing process. Easily removed by hand or water.
Rigid Opaque (Vero)
Rigid Opaque (Vero) multi-purpose, multi-colour photopolymers offer strength, stiffness and versatility in blue, white, black, gray, cyan, magenta & yellow.
Rigid Translucent (RGD720)
Rigid Translucent (RGD720) is a multipurpose PolyJet photopolymer for translucent plastic simulation, featuring high dimensional stability with surface smoothness.
Rigid Transparent (VeroClear)
Stratasys VeroClear is a rigid transparent material that simulates PMMA (polymethyl methacrylate), commonly known as acrylic, used as an alternative to glass .
Rubber-like (Tango & TangoPlus)
Prototypes 3D printed in Stratasys Rubber-like Tango and Tango Black Plus can simulate products requiring soft-touch, flexible qualities.
Simulated Polypropylene (Rigur & Durus)
Rigur & Durus are advanced simulated polypropylene materials for 3D printing precision prototypes. Both offer durability and beautiful surface finish.
PolyJet Technology Benefits
Stratasys makes it simple to build high-quality, accurate 3D models.
Wide range of material properties
PolyJet Technology boasts the widest range of material properties for its class, from rigid to flexible, transparent to opaque, neutral to vibrant, standard to bio-compatible and durable to high temperature.
With PolyJet, incorporate dozens of colours into one prototype, from vivid opaque to stained glass-like translucent, with hundreds of blended hues in between.
Enjoy building prototypes with fine feature quality – including 16-micron high resolution – that provides high detail and smooth surfaces to create brilliant, precise 3D models that will wow your audience.
3D print custom jigs, assembly fixtures and gauges and tooling with ultra-fine accuracy and smooth surfaces quickly and easily – no assembly required for parts with multiple materials.
Print complex & delicate features
Along with the selected model material, the 3D printer features two support material options: SUP705, removed with a WaterJet; and SUP706, which is easily removed and soluble for automated post-processing and increased geometric freedom to print complex and delicate features and small cavities.
3D Printing Success
Learn how manufacturers are using Stratasys PolyJet Technology
Take a look at the video to see five of the most popular applications and uses for PolyJet Technology.
Including fast, effective blow molding tools, more efficient injection molding tools, rubber-like fixtures, grips and over-molding, vibrant colour prototyping, and more.
Is PolyJet Technology right for you?
Call us free at 1-877-219-6757 and get your questions answered