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PolyJet™ 3D Printing Service

Parts in as few as 3 days!

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Stratasys Direct's Mastery in Color 3D Printing 

As an integral part of Stratasys, the pioneering force and creator of PolyJet technology, Stratasys Direct brings unmatched expertise in color 3D printing. Our team uses the most advanced Stratasys color 3D printers and a vast array of multicolor resins to transform your concepts into hyper-realistic parts and stunning models. We can even blend resins to produce over half a million custom shades, ensuring your full-color prints match your brand and reflect your true colors. 

Our expertise and state-of-the-art equipment bring your designs to life, enabling you to produce full color parts with vibrant colors and multiple textures in a single build, saving you time and money. With ISO 9001, AS9100 certifications, ITAR registration and over 30 years of experience, our level of quality, precision and reliability sets us apart. 

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PolyJet Materials for Every Design Need

Stratasys Direct provides a wide range of resins to meet diverse needs. From transparent to opaque, rigid to flexible, our 3D resin materials can be blended to achieve over 500,000 custom colors to create breathtaking parts.

 

Key Features

  • Suitable for precise models, intricate details, and complex shapes
  • Offers durability and tear resistance along with a smooth surface finish
  • Available in a broad spectrum of simulated Shore A elastomers, ranging from 30A to 95A
  • The variant referred to as Black 30A is also recognized as "AGILUS30 BLACK (FLX9840)"

Applications

  • Realistic simulation of rubber parts
  • Soft-touch components
  • Rubber-like surrounds and overmolding
  • Covers for various applications
  • Living hinges for flexible parts
  • Human anatomy models
Simulate grips, rubber-like surfaces and soft-touch components to prototypes with PolyJet overmolding. Through a range of material hardness options and colors, overmolded models can be created with enhanced tactile and visual realism. The process utilizes flexible Agilus, 30-95 (Shore A), over Vero, 83-86 (Shore D), for simulation of end product feel and look.
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Key Features
  • Ivory, rigid and opaque
  • Suitable for simulating parts that require high-impact resistance and shock absorption
  • Significantly improves the mechanical performance of parts and prototypes for design verification and functional performance testing
Applications
  • Rapid prototyping snap-fit parts for high or low temperature use
  • Functional designs with multi-material versatility and flexibility
  • Molds
  • Manufacturing tools
  • Electrical parts
Digital ABS Plus simulates standard ABS plastics by combining high-temperature resistance with toughness. It is the most mechanically robust material available with PolyJet 3D printing technology, offering high impact resistance and improved thermal performance. Digital ABS Plus is ideal for prototypes that will be used for more rigorous functional performance testing or design confirmation.
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Key Features
  • Opaque full-color to color-tinted translucency
  • Rubber-like, elastomeric material
  • Well-suited for precise models, complex shapes, and intricate details
  • Smooth surface finish
  • Available in Shore A values of 30A, 40A, 50A, 60A, 70A, 85A and 95A
Applications
  • Realistic simulation of rubber parts
  • Soft-touch parts and non-slip surfaces
  • Rubber-like surrounds and over molding
  • Knobs, grips, seals, gaskets, hoses, handles, etc.
  • Footwear and clothing (wearables)
  • Masks and covers
  • Living hinges
  • Jigs and fixtures
  • Human anatomy (heart and vasculature)
Multicolor Agilus is a PolyJet photopolymer with superior tear resistance. Capable of withstanding repeated flexing and bending, the ideal material for rapid prototyping and design validation. The material simulates the look, feel, and function of rubber-like products allowing you to print fully functional, full-color prototypes from opaque to translucent in a single print with varying Shore A hardnesses from 30A to 95A.
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PolyJet Design Guide

Key Features
  • Produces excellent fine feature detail
  • Quickly and economically produces parts
  • Available in 27µm (0.00106”) Z resolution
  • Available in multi-color or the following single colors: white, black, clear, cyan, yellow, magenta
Applications
  • Highly accurate presentation models
  • Smaller parts with complex features
  • Medical devices and components
  • Electronic housings
  • Suitable for a wide range of industries
Ideal for presentation models, small components with complex features and anatomical models, Vero produces parts with fine feature detail and smooth surface finish. Vero can be built in a near-endless CMYKW color range and transparencies. Companies can reduce time to market by enabling designers to integrate product images in marketing materials and ensure that packaging and displays work seamlessly with end products.
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PolyJet Design Guide

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Fast and Easy Online Ordering for PolyJet Parts

With our online platform, ordering PolyJet parts is straightforward and accessible anytime. Instant quotes, a broad selection of photopolymers, and simple file uploading streamline your experience. For additional support, our PolyJet advisors are ready to offer their expertise in achieving the perfect balance of properties for your multi-material and full-color prototypes.

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Bringing Designs to Life with Precision and Efficiency

Enhance your Polyjet parts with Stratasys Direct's expert finishing and assembly services. Our dedicated team transforms your PolyJet parts and turns them into visual masterpieces. Whether it's smoothing surfaces, applying custom coatings, assembling intricate components, or adding functional details, secondary processing specialists ensure stunning esthetics and peak performance on your parts.

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Setting the Standards in Color 3D Printing

At Stratasys Direct, our commitment to the highest quality standards starts with the design phase and extends through every stage of the project. Our team carefully removes support material and utilizes advanced inspection techniques to ensure dimensional accuracy, material consistency, and a flawless finish for every part. Trust us for PolyJet color printing that exceeds expectations and redefines what’s possible. 

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PolyJet Design Guide

PolyJet technology offers unique possibilities in 3D printing, beginning with converting CAD designs into STL files and slicing them into cross-sections for printing. The process involves jetting and curing photopolymer material layer by layer with UV light, supplemented by support structures. This comprehensive guide covers material selection, STL file preparation, designing for multi-colored parts, and other nuances essential for flawless PolyJet printing.

Applications for PolyJet

Open the world of possibilities with PolyJet multicolor printing:

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Prototypes

Create beautiful, multicolor prototypes and concept models that bring your ideas to life.

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Manufacturing-Aids

Iterate and accelerate your product timeline with PolyJet-printed tools and aids.

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End-Use Parts

Fabricate stunning and hyper-realistic end-use parts.

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Create beautiful, multicolor prototypes and concept models that bring your ideas to life.

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Iterate and accelerate your product timeline with PolyJet-printed tools and aids.

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Fabricate stunning and hyper-realistic end-use parts.

From one-off prototypes, to low-volume production, we have the experience and engineering know-how to support you

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What is PolyJet 3D Printing? 

PolyJet is a 3D printing technology invented by Stratasys that jets thousands of material droplets layer by layer to create a solid 3D mode with over 500,000 unique colors, realistic texture simulation, and flexible and transparent materials. PolyJet is the fastest technology and smoothest surface in the Stratasys Direct arsenal. 

PolyJet is the perfect solution for designers who want realistic models but have had to contend with inconsistent color results and rough finishes. PolyJet is capable of producing models indistinguishable from the real thing, allowing designers to incorporate texture, color, text, and fine features.

3D printing with PolyJet allows you to incorporate multiple materials into a single print resulting in quicker production of realistic parts and design iterations early in the product development life cycle. 

 

 

How does PolyJet work?

Think of PolyJet (Monikers: Material jetting, photocuring, inkjet printing) like your home 2-D paper printer. Your 2-D color printer lays out minuscule droplets of color onto your paper, forming words and images.

In a similar fashion, PolyJet uses fine print head nozzles to deposit droplets of photocurable material in layers as fine as 16 microns (0.0006" inches) to form detailed 3-D parts.

Our engineering team uses Stratasys PolyJet software to load the file(s), at which time they will define the materials and colors used. Once the build file has the settings defined (type of machine used, materials, colors, other), then the file is sent to scheduling to get the order ready to build.  

Each pass of the material jetting deposits one or more different materials including the support structure at the same time, cured as it is deposited via UV light. When one layer is cured, the build table lowers by a small increment (Z axis), then the next layer of material is deposited on top of the last layer. The process is repeated possibly thousands of times until a fully formed 3D model is manufactured. 

The built parts are removed from the machine and are sent to the final step which is for support removal. The support removal is quite simple as it uses pressured water inside of a hood, where a technician sprays water across the part, with the support material dissolving into fine particles that are captured in a basket. What is left is a finely detailed part ready for your application.

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