Polyjet 3D printing technology produces smooth parts for prototyping. This technology produces thin walls and complex geometries using liquid photopolymers deposited in droplets and then cured with a UV light.
Polyjet parts are highly accurate with great surface finish, providing a realistic appearance. They are used for form and fit checking, limited mechanical use, master patterns for cast urethane, or for cosmetic models when sanded and painted.
CAVEATS: Polyjet parts are not as strong as SLA, FDM or SLS. They are prone to warpage when exposed to moisture and heat.
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