We use PolyJet printing technology to produce 3D plastic parts. These parts are printed at a high quality resolution of 20µm thick layers. In contrast, fused deposition modeling (FDM) printers can only print at a resolution of 100µm. This fine resolution allows for accurate prototyping of computer aided design (CAD) assemblies with tight tolerances. Overall, parts takes around 0.5-10 hours to complete depending on the size and height.
As shown in the video above, the process for this type of additive manufacturing is as follows:
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