Rigid Transparency

VeroUltraClear™ is a transparent PolyJet™ digital material offering exceptional clarity combined with strength, stiffness and impact resistance.

VeroUltraClear simulates PMMA (polymethyl methacrylate), commonly known as acrylic, achieving 86% light transmission through a 6 mm thick sample. VeroUltraClear has a higher level of clarity and transparency and a lower yellow index than standard VeroClear™. Thermal properties are similar but mechanical properties are somewhat lower than VeroClear.

VeroUltraClear Material Properties

Behaviour and use


39-43 MPa


58-72 MPa


48-52 °C


20-30 J/m

Main Uses

Transparent material VeroUltraClear is a rigid, nearly colourless material featuring proven dimensional stability for general purpose, Typical applications include concept models and prototypes for eyewear, lighting components, and the replication of glass and clear polymers.

Other uses include modeling clear tubes and housings for pumps and gearboxes to view fluid flow and internal mechanisms.

Top Applications
  • Form and fit testing of clear or see-through parts
  • Medical applications
  • Eyewear and consumer goods

PolyJet Material Profile

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VeroUltraClear Specification & Features

Mechanical PropertyASTMValue
Tensile StrengthD-638-0339 – 43 MPa (5,650 – 6,240 psi)
Elongation at BreakD-638-0520 – 35%
Modulus of ElasticityD-638-041,400 – 2,100 MPa (203,000 – 304,600 psi)
Flexural StrengthD-790-0358 – 72 MPa (8,400 – 10,400 psi)
Flexural ModulusD-790-041,900 – 2,300 MPa (275,000 – 333,000 psi)
HDT, °C @ 0.45 MPa Before PhotobleachingD-648-0647 – 49 °C (117 – 120 °F)
HDT, °C @ 0.45 MPa After PhotobleachingD-648-0648 – 52 °C (118 – 126 °F)
Izod Notched ImpactD-256-0620 – 30 J/m (0.375 – 0.562 ft-lb/in.)
Water AbsorptionD-570-9824hr 1.25 – 1.40%
TgDMA, E»52 – 54 °C (125.6 – 129.2 °F)
Shore HardnessScale D80 – 85
Rockwell HardnessScale M70 – 75
Polymerized DensityASTM D7921.18 – 1.19 g/cm3
Ash ContentUSP 2810.02 – 0.06%


System AvailabilityLayer Thickness CapabilitySupport StructureAvailable Colour
Stratasys J835™ / J850™
Stratasys J735™ / J750™
Stratasys J750™ Digital Anatomy
14 microns (0.00055 in.)SUP705 (WaterJet removable)
SUP706B (Soluble + WaterJet removable)

PolyJet™ Technology

Advantages of 3D printing VeroUltraClear with a Stratasys PolyJet Machine

Proven Technology

Stratasys PolyJet 3D Printers are based on proven technology, which creates precise prototypes that set  the standard for finished-product realism. Their fine resolution makes complex shapes, intricate details  and smooth surfaces possible.

Advanced 3D Printing

PolyJet 3D Printing works by jetting layers of liquid photopolymer onto a build tray and instantly curing them with UV light. The fine layers build up to create a precise 3D model or prototype. Models are ready to handle right out of the 3D printer, with no post-curing needed.

Better ideas, easier sell

Stratasys PolyJet 3D Printers improve communication and collaboration because they produce amazingly  accurate representations of your ideas that you can share with your team and your clients for a faster, more confident buy-in.

Compatible 3D Printers

Stratasys Machines that can print with VeroUltraClear material

Need to 3D print with VeroUltraClear?

Call us free at  1-877-219-6757  to speak to an expert, or send us your CAD model and we'll 3D print it with VeroUltraClear material