Polyjet Printing

The Polyjet 3D Printing process allows the simultaneous use of up to 4 photosensitive resins to produce parts which are dimensionally precise, and have varying shore hardness within a single component. The Polyjet technique can be used for prototyping complex parts and to create components with zero slip or soft surface finish, rubber-like flexibility and aesthetic finishing.

Commercially, it has applications across a diverse range of sectors such as rapid tooling, jigs and fixtures, prototypes with moving parts, consumer goods, fashion accessories and more.

Polyjet Printing

The Polyjet 3D Printing process allows the simultaneous use of up to 4 photosensitive resins to produce parts which are dimensionally precise, and have varying shore hardness within a single component. The Polyjet technique can be used for prototyping complex parts and to create components with zero slip or soft surface finish, rubber-like flexibility and aesthetic finishing.

Commercially, it has applications across a diverse range of sectors such as rapid tooling, jigs and fixtures, prototypes with moving parts, consumer goods, fashion accessories and more.

Polyjet Printing

The Polyjet 3D Printing process allows the simultaneous use of up to 4 photosensitive resins to produce parts which are dimensionally precise, and have varying shore hardness within a single component. The Polyjet technique can be used for prototyping complex parts and to create components with zero slip or soft surface finish, rubber-like flexibility and aesthetic finishing.

Commercially, it has applications across a diverse range of sectors such as rapid tooling, jigs and fixtures, prototypes with moving parts, consumer goods, fashion accessories and more.

The Polyjet 3D Printing process allows the simultaneous use of up to 4 photosensitive resins to produce parts which are dimensionally precise, and have varying shore hardness within a single component. The Polyjet technique can be used for prototyping complex parts and to create components with zero slip or soft surface finish, rubber-like flexibility and aesthetic finishing.Commercially, it has applications across a diverse range of sectors such as rapid tooling, jigs and fixtures, prototypes with moving parts, consumer goods, fashion accessories and more.

Post Processing

Post Processing

Post Processing

Post Processing