What is PolyJet Technology?

PolyJet is a powerful 3D printing technology that produces smooth, accurate parts, prototypes and tooling. With microscopic layer resolution and accuracy down to 0.014 mm, it can produce thin walls and complex geometries using the widest range of materials available with any technology.

Benefits of PolyJet:

  • Create smooth, detailed prototypes that convey final-product aesthetics.
  • Produce accurate molds, jigs, fixtures and other manufacturing tools.
  • Achieve complex shapes, intricate details and delicate features.
  • Incorporate the widest variety of colors and materials into a single model for unbeatable efficiency.

PolyJet Printers, Materials, and Services

PolyJet Solutions

Stratasys PolyJet Solutions make up our professional equipment offering, enabling users to maximize the technology through shorter and easier processes as well as a reduction in costs resulting in smarter decision making.

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PolyJet Printers

PolyJet 3D Printers jet layers of curable liquid photopolymer onto a build tray creating exceptional detail, surface smoothness and precision.

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PolyJet On Demand

Empower innovation with manufacturing services and a team of experts from Stratasys Direct Manufacturing.

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PolyJet Materials

Stratasys PolyJet photopolymers simulate clear, flexible and rigid materials to help you 3D print parts that look and feel like your final product.

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Made with PolyJet Technology

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Stratasys J750

Bring Your Most Imaginative Ideas to Life

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Efficiency is 3D Competitive Edge

High Production Capability For Partials

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The JI 3D prints medical models using flexible material

The Jacobs Institute 3D prints vascular models using Agilus30 due to the material's superior tear-resistance, flexibility and reduced post-processing cleaning time.

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