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Digital materials enabled through photopolymers

Process

A printing head containing many tiny jetting nozzles selectively deposits a definable mixture of liquid photopolymers in a layer upon the printing bed. Subsequently the deposited layers are cured by a UV lamp. The technology enables the materials to be colored, as well as posessing hard and soft properties, all printed in one step

Product example

Details

Machine: Stratasys J750

Material (Default): Vero TM family (solid and opaque), VeroClear TM (transparent) in over 360.000 colours

Optional: Agilus30 TM (flexible, rubber-like), Digital ABS (ABS similar), RGD720 (solid and translucent), Digital materials Shore A: 40, 50, 60, 70, 85 und 95

Characteristics

Surface
Resolution
Strength
Toughness

 

Advantages at a Glance

  • Precision parts with good aesthetics
  • Colored or transparent models
  • Hard-soft transitions within part

Parameters

Build Volume: 490 x 390 x 200 mm (XYZ)

Minimal Wall Thickness: 0.3 mm

Accuracy: ±0.1 mm

Layer Thickness: 0.027 mm

Material Properties

Tensile Modulus: 2,200-3000 MPa (ASTM D638)

Tensile Strength: 40-55 MPa (ASTM D638)

Elongation at Break (XY): 5-20 % (ASTM D638)

Glass Transition (Tg): 52-54 °C/126-129 °F

HDT (@ 0.45 MPa): 45-50 °C/113-122 °F (ASTM D648)

Application Areas

  • Complex multi-material parts
  • Colored demonstration models
  • High tolerance and surface quality demands

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3D Printing, Additive Manufacturing

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