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Polyjet Matrix 3D Printing Services Material Datasheets
Proto3000 offers over 100 Polyjet Matrix 3D Printing Services materials solutions for rapid prototyping purposes. The advantage ofof PolyJet Matrix 3D printing materials is that with the ability to print multiple materials in a single print, you can also customize your materials to specific physical properties (ie. shore value, heat resistance, colour). It is a cost, time and effort effective option for both rapid prototyping and rapid manufacturing as it produces accurate and durable parts. The material selection encompasses options that are applicable to various industries, including automotive, consumer goods, and marketing to name a few. The composition of the materials make them suitable options for end-use prototypes, significantly reducing the costs typically associated with product development.
The materials that are currently available for Polyjet Matrix 3D Printing Services include the following:
Rapid Prototyping Materials
Industry Applications: Automotive, Aerospace, Engineering, Product Development, Automotive, Consumer Products, Medical Applications, Dental Tooling
With 90 Digital Materials and 17 cartridge-ready materials, Objet's Connex family of 3D printers can handle any rapid prototyping need. From simulating toughness to simulating rubber, our engineers will help you create a custom material that will satisfy your specific project needs.
We can print ABS-like plastic, which is an engineering grade plastic that closely mimics some end parts, proving to be a cost effective product development method.
With the Connex500 and Digital Pack2, you can print up to 14 materials in a single build.
Simulate Engineering Plastics with ABS Materials
Digital ABS is fabricated from RGD515 and RGD535 and is designed to simulate engineering plastics by combining material qualities of durability and high-temperature resistance. Digital ABS is a material which simulates parts that require high-impact resistance and shock-absorption. Digital ABS has a high impact resistance of 65-80J/ m (1.22-1.5 ft lb/inch) and a heat deflection temperature (HDT) of 58-68 °C (136–154 °F) upon removal from the printer. A higher HDT of 82-95°C (179–203 °F) can be achieved after thermal post treatment in a programmable oven using different temperature profiles. Digital ABS Materials are ideal for functional prototyping, snap-fit parts for high or low temperature usages, electrical parts, casings, mobile telephone casings and engine parts and covers.
Simulate Engineering Plastics with Digital Materials
Polyjet 3D Printing technology with dual material jetting can now construct more than 100 composite digital materials with a wide range of physical properties colours and surfaces. Dual material jetting allows up to 14 materials to be printed simultaneously on the same tray. Combine durable and high quality materials into one prototype for best results. The 100plus material combinations are created based on 17 primary
Polyjet Photopolymers. Simulate products made of elastomers and rubber by creating Digital Materials with a Full Shore A scale range (indicates how rigid the digital material is).
Black and White
Simulate Standard Plastics with Vero Materials (Rigid-Opaque)
The Vero family of rigid and opaque materials includes VeroWhitePlus™, VeroGray™, VeroBlue™ and VeroBlackPlus™. Vero materials are durable and intended for high-detailed projects, such as creating moving and assembled parts, assembling electronic components and silicon molding.Combining rigid opaque and rubber-like materials, the Polyjet Vero family of materials is ideal for standard plastics simulation and model creation that closely resemble the look of an end product.
White, Grey, Blue, Black
Polyjet Rubber-Like Materials to Simulate Standard Plastics
The Polyjet Family of rubber-like materials includes TangoGray™, TangoBlack™, TangoPlus™ and TangoBlackPlus™, which have various levels of elastomer characteristics. Shore scale A hardness, elongation at break, tensile strength and tear resistance characteristics make the materials suitable for different applications. If you require non-slip or soft surfaces, the Tango materials are the perfect solution. The materials are ideal for concept and marketing modeling, rubber surrounds and overmolding, soft-touch coatings, knobs, grips, pulls, handles, gaskets and even non-slip footwear.
Multi-Material Polyjet 3D Printing
Combine Vero family and the Tango (Rubber-Like) family of materials to create a more durable, and aesthetic multi-material concept models and marketing prototypes. Combine high-temperature and Rubber-Like materials to produce rigid functional materials featuring higher temperature resistance and over-molding. The Polyjet materials offered by Proto3000 are available for multi-material 3D printing with 14 materials printed simultaneously onto one print tray. Choose from more than 100 composite digital materials constructed by our lineup of Stratasys 3D Printers.
White, Grey, Blue, Black and Translucent
A40, 50, 60, 70, 85 and 95
GREY 20, 25, 35, 40, 50 and 60
Simulate Standard Plastics with Transparent Materials
RGD720 and VeroClear™ are Polyjet multi-purpose transparent materials. RGD720 is used to simulate standard plastic while VeroClear™ is a rigid and colourless material with great durability. The Polyjet transparent materials are ideal for fit and form testing, product developing eye-wear, glass and even lighting covers of light cases. The transparent materials can easily be dipped in different colour of dye to achieve a competitive look. Combine transparent and black (rigid and rubber-like) materials, such as RDG7513-DM and RGD7523-DM to create various transparent shades for general purposes and polypropylene-like plastics.
High Temperature Polyjet Materials to Simulate Engineering Plastics
The Polyjet RGD525 has exceptional dimensional stability for thermal function testing of static 3D-models. The high-temperature material has a heat deflection temperature (HDT) of 63–67 °C (145-153 °F) upon removal from the printer which can be increased to 75-80°C (167-176 °F) after thermal post treatment in a programmable oven.The Polyjet high-temperature materials are also suitable for post processing and display part finishing applications, such as painting, gluing or metallization processes.High temperature materials are ideal for form, fit and heat resistance testing of static parts, high-definition parts with excellent surface quality, concept modeling under strong lighting conditions and taps, pipes and household appliances for hot air and hot water testing.
White and Ivory
Simulate Standard Plastics with Polypropylene
DurusWhite™, a Polyjet Polypropylene material is ideal for a broad range of applications that require appearance, flexibility, strength and toughness. Properties include Izod notched impact of 44 J/m, elongation at break of 44% and flexural modulus of 1026 MPa. The DurusWhite™ polypropylene material is ideal for prototyping reusable containers and packaging, flexible and snap-fit products, living hinges, toys, battery cases and laboratory equipment, loud speakers and automotive components.