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Usage of Mixed Materials for Form/Feel Testing

Ever since I first used a Polyjet 3D printer, I’ve loved its multi-material capabilities. Flexible materials can be difficult to work with in 3D printing, but Polyjet technology not only handles it reliably, but allows the user to designate which parts of a model need to be flexible or rigid. By blending flexible and rigid resins together, a spectrum of Digital Materials can be created ranging from super soft, semi-flexible and rigid yet non-brittle.

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Unclosed Contours in Objet Studio

Validation is an important step for processing models in Objet Studio. The routine does two things: the software checks if any models are overlapping on the build tray and checks the model for build integrity. A general rule of thumb is not to print if the model does not pass validation.

One common error polyjet users run into when processing a model in Objet Studio is an “Unclosed Contours are Detected” error. The model will turn orange to indicate a build integrity issue and the pop-up will appear, as shown below.

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Stratasys Reinvents 3D Printing Again with the J750

Stratasys J750 PolyJet 3D Printer

Stratasys is at it again! With the release of the groundbreaking J750, Stratasys has reinvented 3D printing by adding new innovation to the industry that has not been seen before. The latest PolyJet system unleashes the ability to combine SIX MATERIALS at once. This allows for the ability to get the most realistic parts in a single building process.

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