PolyJet photopolymers offer fine detail along with final-product realism surpassing all other 3D printing technologies. They exhibit a chameleon-like ability to simulate clear, flexible and rigid materials and engineering plastics — and even combine many colors and material properties into one model.
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Compare all PolyJet materials
Stratasys PolyJet photopolymer materials simulate clear, flexible and rigid materials to help you 3D print parts that look and feel like your final product. Download the datasheets below to compare the complete line of available material options.
Looking for a photopolymer that is a full prototyping solution, from concept design to functional verification? VeroFlex is the 3D printing material the eyewear industry has been looking for, with faster iteration than traditional methods and better surface finish compared to other SLS technology. VeroFlex PolyJet Photopolymer allows users to accomplish greater part realism and advanced color management.
Digital ABS Plus
In addition to the already well-known attributes of resistance, toughness and superior finish, Digital ABS Plus also has up to 38% more impact strength. This comes in Digital ABS Plus and Digital ABS Plus2 for thin, rigid walls. This material is perfect for functional prototyping, manufacturing tools, snap-fit parts, molds and more.
Transparent photopolymers combine a high level of stability with flawless surface smoothness into a material that you can use for a variety of clear and tinted plastic products. Transparent materials are ideal for products that require complete transparency, such as eyewear and certain medical devices.
Simulated Polypropylene material allows you to print prototypes that look and act like polypropylene. There are two photopolymers that simulate polypropylene: Durus and Rigur. Durus is the original Simulated Polypropylene material, with excellent resilience and elongation. Rigur is an advanced Simulate Polypropylene that is more durable and has an aesthetically pleasing finish.
Rubber-like photopolymers come in gray, black, white, and translucent and have the ability to simulate rubbers with differing levels of hardness, elongation, and tear resistance. Rubber-like material can be useful in a myriad of different situations and products, such as non-slip surfaces, grips, handles, and footwear.
Rigid Opaque photopolymers are essential to create realistic prototypes that look like your intended end product. Rigid Opaque materials can be used to quickly print any static parts needed for your designs. These materials can also be combined with other photopolymers to create hybrid materials of varying hardness, flexibility, translucency, and heat resistance.
PolyJet Digital Materials
When two or three PolyJet photopolymers are combined different ways, the result is a Digital Material that has hybrid characteristics from all parent materials. PolyJet Digital Materials allow you to easily customize the colors and textures of your products and bring your designs to life.
High Temperature materials can be used for a number of different applications including testing hot-air flow or hot-water flow. Our High Temperature material is not only heat resistant, but also exceptionally stable. These factors combined with Rubber-like materials opens up even more possibilities of materials with adjustable properties.
Bio-compatible material allows you to rapidly prototype medical and dental products while offering high dimensional stability and transparency. It works well for printing products that require prolonged skin contact of more than 30 days and short-term mucosal-membrane contact of up to 24 hours. Bio-compatible materials have the following medical approvals: cytotoxicity, genotoxicity, delayed type hypersensitivity, irritation, and USP plastic Class VI.