A standout feature of PolyJet printing lies in its capability to simultaneously print with multiple materials, allowing it to create objects with various material properties or unique color combinations.
The PolyJet printing process begins by depositing ultra-thin layers of liquid photopolymer materials onto a build platform. Multiple print heads jet these materials, similar to how inkjet printers work.
As each layer is deposited, it is rapidly cured using UV light to solidify the material. This creates highly detailed and intricate parts.
PolyJet printing is used across a wide range of industries. One prominent application is in the field of product design and development. This technology allows intricate details, smooth surfaces, and a variety of colors for comprehensive visual evaluation and functional testing.
PolyJet is especially useful for small-batch production and custom components with complex geometries. Furthermore, the ability to print with multiple materials in a single print run provides the flexibility to create parts with different material properties.
Starting at 10 days
0.8 mm (depending on material and geometry)
Vice President of Additive Manufacturing at Siemens Energy
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