PolyJet printing, also known as Objet printing, is a versatile 3D printing technology which can print several digital materials in the same build. Patented by Stratasys Pty Ltd, RedEye's parent company, polyjet printing can print hard plastics through to soft rubbers, or a combination of both.
Polyjet printing offers:
Objet PolyJet technology prints in 16-
How does it work?
Objet printing is an additive process where a 3D picture is built using digital materials which are applied layer my layer and then cured with a UV light. The support material holds any material in place until the build is complete and the part is washed and cleaned, ready for use.
Wide variety of materials
Print in a combination of materials simultaneoulsy
Not suitable to applications with high tempertaures
Not suitable for chemical exposure
What are RedEye Australasia's Capabilities?
RedEye Australasia runs several types of Objet (PolyJet) printers and the full range of Objet's Digital Materials; however the most veratile 3D printer in our range is the Connex 500.
The Connex 500 features a large build tray of 500 x 400 x 200mm and can print in multiple materials to a thin wall size of 0.6mm. For more information on the capabilities of the Objet Connex 500, click here .