Pioneered by Stratasys in 2007, polyjet 3D printing -- while less widely used than SLS or SLA -- is an effective tool for printed parts that require a high level of surface detail (0.1mm details are achievable) and a smooth, high-quality finish. Its applications include: Highly detailed display models that require multiple colours, such as medical models.
Prototyping stages where a large number of iterations of a part are expected. Polyjet’s printing speed makes it ideal for this.
Limited-run non-functional parts, such as decorations for luxury cars.
Generating moulds and ...