Minimum Feature Size
Recommended: 1 mm
Thin wires or unsupported features have to be at least 1 mm thick, as the material requires post-processing where smaller features could break.
Recommended: 0.6 mm
The model’s wall must be thick enough to support the model. We recommend working with a wall thickness of 0.6 mm or more for larger objects.
Embossed & Engraved Details
Recommended: 0.5 mm
For embossed and engraved details, we recommend a minimum line thickness of 0.5 mm and a depth of 0.5 mm.
Tip: if you are putting text on your design, use a bold sans-serif font for readability, such as Arial Bold.
Minimum Detail Size
Recommended: 0.2 mm
PolyJet is one of the 3D Printing processes with the highest accuracy; up to 0.2 mm is enough to create clearly visible details.
Moving or Interlocking Parts
Recommended: 0.2 mm clearance between parts
A powerful feature of PolyJet is that you can have moving and interlocking parts printed in one session. With that said, we recommend keeping a minimum space of 0.2 mm between each of the designed surfaces.
Water Soluble Supports
PolyJet printers use a water soluble support structure specially designed to support complicated geometries during the print process. It leaves no residue and does not influence the visual properties of the final print.
4 Reasons to Use Polyjet Technology!
What Do We Produce with Polyjet Technology?
Consept Model – Rapid Prototyping
Low Volume Manufacturing – Functional Parts
Pre-series Production & End-user products
Jigs & Fixtures
Scaled Models & Mock-up
Metal Additive Manufacturing Solutions
3D Scanning and Reverse Engineering
Product Development: Mechanical Design and Engineering