Au-delà des bases de l'impression 3D avec FDM et PolyJet [VIDÉO].

Article by Rod Mackay updated December 7, 2015


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About SUP706

SUP706 is a new soluble support material that will increase your productivity and design freedom. 3D printing with SUP706 support on Stratasys triple-jetting systems (Connex1, Connex2 and Connex3) gives you the freedom to design intricate, multi-material parts that can be easily cleaned. A simple two-step soak-and-rinse process enables hands-free support removal.

Beyond the 3D printing basics - Parts with convoluted cavities

Pièces à cavités alvéolées

PolyJet technology’s best-performing support material enables:

  • Design freedom to create parts that are intricate or delicate, including parts with convoluted cavities and rubberlike components
  • Cost and time savings with hands-free support removal
  • Versatility to choose quicker WaterJet support removal for any part, anytime.

SUP706 is compatible with the full range of triple-jetting 3D printers and all PolyJet materials, except Hearing Aid material.

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Rod Mackay

Rod utilise des logiciels de CAO 3D depuis plus de 25 ans et a formé des milliers de concepteurs à une utilisation plus efficace de leurs systèmes de CAO. Rod est le webmestre de Javelin et est basé à Ottawa, ON, Canada.