Functional precision plastic parts with increased volume of construction and fast printing
3D Systems’ MultiJet technology allows the creation of plastic parts, ideal for prototyping and rapid machining, among other applications. It prints rigid parts using photosensitive polymers imitating ABS, or flexible parts using elastomers. It is also capable of combining different materials to create composites, adapting to the necessary mechanical properties or printing with multiple materials complex parts that require special characteristics such as overmoulding.

ACCELERATION OF THE DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS

Users of the Projet 3600 are bringing products into the market much faster. Design validation, performance testing and fabrication, assembly and fitting with prototypes as accurate as CAD design.

QUALITY IMPROVEMENT

Perform rapid tests and review cycles to identify and correct design problems in a timely manner. Make sure your products have been thoroughly tested before starting the manufacture.

FAST DEVELOPMENT, BETTER INNOVATION

Provide your design team with more conceptual prototypes to produce better products. Creativity increases when it’s easy to try and show new ideas.

 

COST REDUCTION

Accurate prototypes improve communication within departments and externally with their customers. Fast quality prototypes at low cost.

MJP Technology

Systems MultiJet 3D printers have a head with thousands of injectors through which drops of liquid resin are immediately cured thanks to two UV lamps located on the sides of the same print head. It is one of the most advanced technologies on the market and has even developed the possibility of working with two materials simultaneously. Thanks to MultiJet technology, bimaterial parts are available. The range of materials is very wide: translucent resins, like Polypropylene, similar to ABS or the family of elastic resins.
The MultiJet systems, besides injecting the chosen material, inject a second material called support. This second material is deposited to support all areas of the piece that remain in the cantilevered air. This material, once finished, has to be eliminated. The piece is removed from the base with a simple spatula, and deposited in additional equipment necessary for this postprocess.