PolyJet 3d printing rubber elastomeric parts, process that creates accurate components rapidly and efficiently with ease and reliability, by using industrial printers.
PolyJet builds flexible, soft-touch rubber-like parts in various durometers. You can receive components that have complex design features and intricate geometries. PolyJet 3d printing technology, produces smooth, accurate prototype parts and medium-size production run parts that simulate rubber-like components. Finished functional or whole products for concepts can be achieved. From connectors to medical design components, no start-up expense or long lead-times necessary when using this 3D Printing method.
- Material available:
- Tango (Rubberlike)
PolyJet printers operates like inkjet printers. Instead of jetting drops of ink, the printer builds parts by jetting thousands of photopolymer droplets, that solidify when exposed to UV light. This technology is one of the fastest and most accurate 3D printing methods nowadays. Layers gather together onto a build tray until parts are complete. Considering complex geometries with overhangs, PolyJet printers jets out a removable gel-like support material. The 3D printer materials properties broaden in range from rigid to rubber-like.
A PolyJet 3D printer can blend rigid material as well with soft rubber-like materials to create different levels of rigidity or softness in various parts in a single print job. This enables outstanding prototyping capabilities in comparison to any other 3D printing-additive manufacturing printing process.
- Architecture Models
- Commercial Products
- Concept Model Parts
- End-Use Parts
- Flexible, Rubber-Like Parts
- Form and Fit Testing
- Industrial Parts
- Marketing Product Models
- Medical Models
- Prototyping for Complex Parts
- Overmolding Parts
Delivering functional prototypes in technology options that translate designs into real parts.