Objet Geometries was the first company to successfully jet photopolymer material. When Objet introduced its original PolyJet™ technology in early 2000, it allowed, for the first time, companies of any size to produce multifaceted 3D Models quickly, high in quality and cost effectively.
Since 2000, Objet has constantly improved the PolyJet process, enabling more accurate builds, improved cost effectiveness and smaller machines. With water-jet removal of support material and non-contact resin handling, PolyJet is the ideal 3D Printing technology for office environments and home desktops.
Objet continues to move technology industry forward in order to bring PolyJet-based high-resolution 3D Printing into the reach of an ever-broader range of companies, professionals and individuals.
The PolyJet 3D Printing Technology Process
Objet’s patented PolyJet inkjet technology works by jetting industry leading photopolymer materials in super-thin layers (16µ) onto a build tray layer-by-layer until the part is finished. The easy-to-use Objet studio software manages the entire 3D Printing process.
Each photopolymer layer is cured by UV light immediately after it is jetted, producing fully cured models that can be handled and used immediately, without post-curing. The gel-like support material, which is specially designed to support complicated geometries, is easily removed by hand and water jetting.
PolyJet 3D Printing Technology Advantages
High Quality: Industry leading resolution of 16µ allows for a smooth, accurate and incredibly detailed final product.
High Accuracy: Thin walls and fine details are enabled by build material properties and precise jetting.
Fast: On top of accuracy, Objet offers you rapid PolyJet Technology processes. From these technologies, high-speed raster build at full width, no post-curing requirements, and simultaneous building of multiple items are all possible.
Environmentally Friendly: Appropriate for both home desktops and office environments, Objet’s 3D Printers feature easy replacement of jetting heads, easy support removal and non-touch resin loading and unloading. No harmful fumes are waste is produced at any point in the 3D Printing process.
Versatile: The large variety of FullCure materials allow parts with differing physical properties, mechanical characteristics and colors to be printed in 3D. By using the same support material for all model types, switching materials is quick and simple. PolyJet Matrix™ 3D Printing technology is the first technology that permits the simultaneous jetting of different model material types and is available on Connex branch of 3D Printing Systems.
Colour PolyJet 3D Printing
In addition to PolyJet technology, and its multi-material build capabilities, comes the ability to incorporate colour in the mix now. with the Objet500 Connex3 3D Printer, users can print with the CMYK (Cyan Magenta Yellow Black) colour palette. Combining any two at a time, at different mix values, you can produce a wide spectrum of colours in a single build. For more information view the PDF.
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3D Printing Services Canada is an authorized 3D printing services bureau providing 3D Printing, FDM and SLA services to North American clients. We create 3D models, 3D prototypes, rapid prototypes, and end-use parts for industries that include aerospace, multimedia, architecture, medical care, consumer products, automotive, manufacturing, and education. We deliver service to major North American cities including: Ottawa, Timmins, Queens, Hamilton, Calgary, Edmonton, Windsor, Winnipeg, Huntsville, Caledon, Toronto, Vaughan, Woodbridge, Kingston, Quebec City, St. Johns, London, Montreal, Gatineau, North Bay, Kamloops, Mississauga, Essex, Brampton, Etobicoke, North York, Saint Catharines, Saguenay, Fort McMurray, Oshawa, Oakville, Victoria, Vancouver, Halifax, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Antonio, San Diego, Dallas, San Jose, Indianapolis, San Francisco, Austin, Columbus, Fort Worth, Charlotte, Detroit, Memphis, Baltimore, Boston, Seattle, Washington, Nashville, Denver, Las Vegas, Sacramento, Silicon Valley, Raleigh, Pittsburgh, Portland, Atlanta, Springfield, Scottsdale, Miami, Cleveland, Oakland, Minneapolis, and Washington DC.