Versatile and Fast
PolyJet 3D printing offers one of the most advanced industrial 3D printing solutions available, producing parts with incredible precision and speed. It also supports a wide variety of build materials.
Advantages of PolyJet 3D
PolyJet 3D lets engineers and designers create production-like prototypes in a wide variety
of materials, including soft-touch, rubber-like, and clear components.
Eliminates the multi-stage processes of traditional manufacturing, such as tooling, milling, and creating molds.
Because PolyJet 3D can create complex and multi-material parts in a single operation, significantly less build time is needed vs. traditional manufacturing.
PolyJet 3D can build vastly different part geometries, unlike traditional processes that would necessitate a complete retooling of an assembly line to produce a different part.
Offers a vast material selection with a range of properties, as well as the ability to print multiple materials and simulate overmolds.
Creates complex shapes with a high degree of precision that would otherwise be impossible to build via traditional manufacturing processes.
Produces prototypes for a fraction of the time and cost of traditional manufacturing, enabling rapid design iterations and increased innovation.
The speed, efficiency, and range of build materials make PolyJet 3D perfect for creating concept models.
PolyJet 3D can be used to create fully-functional prototypes, complete with moving parts.
PolyJet 3D is ideal for making tools and molds that can be used in production settings.
Support structures are removed – Some PolyJet parts require support structures during the fabrication process.
In addition to the removal of support structures, part surfaces are sanded to remove layer lines from the 3D printing process.
Xometry can provide additional processing and finishes, such as tapped holes, to meet your needs.
3D Printing Design Guide
When designing models for 3D printing, they must be saved with specific properties to ensure high-quality results.
Learn about the most common mistakes in designing that lead to unsatisfactory 3D models, and several tips you can use to avoid them.
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