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    Discussion in 'Prototyping & low-volume processes' started by GoodCat, Dec 14, 2018.

    1. samoel_666

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      These technologies will be developed in the future.The use of 3D printers is increasing and the price is decreasing at the same time.

      High production quality of 3D printers such as J750 Stratasys with PolyJet technology is Really amazing!

      I read about PolyJet 3D Printing Technology I share with you :
      PolyJet technology is renowned for its outstanding realism and breathtaking aesthetics. The technology works similarly to traditional inkjet printing, but instead of jetting ink onto paper, a print head jets liquid photopolymers onto a build tray where each droplet cures in a flash of UV light.

      Every PolyJet 3D Printer offers sharp precision, smooth surfaces and ultra-fine details. And, by combining a variety of photo-polymers in specific concentrations and micro structures the most sophisticated PolyJet systems can simulate everything from plastics and rubber to human tissue — and produce a full gamut of colors. You can now create prototypes, models, textures, and patterns that are incredibly detailed and with 1000s of material options to choose from you can incorporate diverse material properties and aesthetics.
       
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