Stratasys 3D Printer Materials in Detail – VeroClear, Digital ABS and Ultem 9085 [VIDEO]

Article by Rod Mackay updated September 13, 2013


Stratasys have recently posted a new video featuring some of their most interesting 3D printer materials. Sam Green of the Stratasys Materials Business Group demonstrates the VeroClear transparent material, Digital ABS material (both from the PolyJet line of materials used on the Design Series Objet 3D printers) and the ULTEM 9085 tan thermoplastic material (from the FDM line of materials used on the Fortus 400mc and Fortus 900mc production systems).

Sam also describes how a Stratasys 3D printed part can be used for the production of short-run injection molding and blow molding tools to save time and money on traditional steel/aluminum tooling.

Watch the video below to see some great examples of 3D Printed models.

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(Source: Content from Stratasys YouTube Channel)

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