Choosing the Right Material for Your Application

The breadth of 3D printing material options is growing, bridging gaps between prototype and end-use production. Machine manufacturers and third party materials developers have seen huge implications in the world of 3D printing and materials are evolving to reflect what engineers need. Read our white paper to navigate the material landscape among: Photopolymers, Powdered Plastics, Thermoplastics, and Metals.
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Surgical Simulation on 3D Printed Brain Models

Neurosurgical society improves patient outcomes with PolyJet brain models

Neurosurgical society improves patient outcomes with PolyJet brain models

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Stronger, More Flexible PolyJet Parts

Enhance PolyJet flexible parts with Agilus30

The 33.5 lb/in (6 kg/cm) tear strength of Agilus is twice as strong as the previous flexible material offered at Stratasys Direct.

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PolyJet Multi-Color

Optimize designs for full color and graphic textures on prototypes and concept models.

Optimize designs for full color and graphic textures on prototypes and concept models.

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How it Works: PolyJet

“To take what’s in your imagination and put it in your hands… It’s pure magic.”