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PolyJet Digital Materials

3D print in more than 100 composite materials


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PolyJet Digital Materials: 3D print in more than 100 composite materials

With versatile PolyJet dual material jetting, Objet Connex 3D Printers can construct more than 100 composite Digital Materials with a wide range of physical properties, colors and tones. Dual material jetting lets you combine as many as 14 materials in the same part or print parts with different materials on the same tray.

Digital Materials give you the power to truly bring designs to life and to create accurate prototypes much faster than ever before.

3D Printing With Objet Digital Materials

With dual material jetting, Objet Connex 3D Printers provide the unique ability to fabricate Digital Materials — composite materials with predetermined mechanical properties. Digital Materials are made right in the 3D printer, when two standard PolyJet photopolymers are combined in specific concentrations and structures to provide the desired mechanical and visual properties.

Each of the 100-plus Digital Materials is based on various combinations of the 17 primary PolyJet photopolymers. A single prototype can contain as many as 14 distinct material properties, all created in one build process. You can simulate products made of elastomers and rubber by creating Digital Materials with a full Shore scale A range including: Shore 27, 40, 50, 60, 70, 85 and 95. With Digital Materials, you can also simulate standard plastics such as engineering-grade ABS.