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3D Printing With Bio-compatible Material
Bio-compatible PolyJet photopolymer (MED610) is a rigid medical rapid prototyping material. It features high dimensional stability and colorless transparency. The material is ideal for applications requiring prolonged skin contact of more than 30 days and short-term mucosal-membrane contact of up to 24 hours. Bio-compatible material has five medical approvals including cytotoxicity, genotoxicity, delayed type hypersensitivity, irritation and USP plastic class VI. (Biological testing: Parts printed according to Objet MED610 Use and Maintenance Terms were evaluated for biocompatibility in accordance with standard DIN EN ISO 10993-1: 2009, Biological Evaluation of Medical Devices-Part 1: Evaluation and testing within a risk management process. This addresses cytotoxicity, genotoxicity, delayed hypersensitivity, and USP plastic Class VI, which includes the test for irritation, acute systemic toxicity and implantation.)
3D Print Hearing Aids
With PolyJet 3D printing technology, you can rapidly manufacture extremely accurate hearing aid molds with smooth, comfortable surfaces. Hearing aid material is available in two colors: Clear (FullCure630) and RoseClear (FullCure655). The materials have all received medical certification.
Find Your PolyJet Materials
PolyJet 3D Printers give you and amazing range of material options, and can even let you combine several materials in one 3D printed model. Do things you never thought possible with 3D printing, like simulated overmolding, flexible, multi-colored prototypes, ergonomic tooling, or simultaneous printing of diverse parts. Digital Materials expand the possibilities by blending two or three base resins to create nearly 1,000 composite materials with specific, predictable properties. Achieve a range of hues, translucencies, Shore A values and other properties to give your most imaginative prototypes exceptional end-product realism. Specialty materials for medical and dental applications provide the same fine detail and accuracy, plus specialized properties like biocompatibility
Digital Dentistry With PolyJet 3D Printing Materials
PolyJet technology empowers dental practices and labs with three specially engineered dental materials that provide amazingly fine 16-micron layer thickness to render small features in great detail.
VeroDent (MED670), a natural peach-tone material offering high-quality detail, strength and durability
VeroDentPlus (MED690), a dark beige material that creates amazingly fine features and finish, and offers excellent strength, accuracy and durability
VeroGlaze (MED620), an opaque material with A2 shading designed to provide the best color match in the industry. Ideal for veneer try-ins and diagnostic wax-ups, VeroGlaze is medically approved for temporary in-mouth placement, up to 24 hours.
The Objet260 Dental Selection offers an array of dental-specific palettes that produce models that look and feel like real teeth and gums
In addition, Clear Bio-compatible Material (MED610) is a clear PolyJet photopolymer medically approved for temporary in-mouth placement. It works with most 3D printers based on PolyJet technology.
3D Printing With Transparent Material
Transparent material (RGD720) is a multipurpose transparent PolyJet photopolymer for standard clear plastics simulation. It combines high dimensional stability with surface smoothness.
Transparent material (VeroClear-RGD810) is a rigid, nearly colorless material featuring proven dimensional stability for general purpose, fine-detail model building and visual simulation of transparent thermoplastics such as PMMA.
Rubber-like material is also available in translucent to simulate a variety of elastomer characteristics in see-through models. Combine with color materials on the Connex3 systems to render a range of opacities, hues and hardnesses.
3D Printing With Rubber-like Material
The family of Rubber-like materials (Tango family) offers a variety of elastomer characteristics including Shore scale A hardness, elongation at break, tear resistance and tensile strength. Rubber-like material is useful for many modeling applications including:
Exhibition and communication models
Rubber surrounds and over-molding
Soft-touch coatings and nonslip surfaces for tooling or prototypes
Knobs, grips, pulls, handles, gaskets, seals, hoses, footwear
Rubber-like materials include:
3D Printing With Digital ABS PolyJet Photopolymer
Digital ABS (fabricated inside the 3D printer from RGD515 and RGD535) is designed to simulate standard ABS plastics by combining high-temperature resistance with toughness. Digital ABS2 delivers those properties plus superior rigidity and toughness in walls thinner than 1.2 mm (.047 in.). Both materials are suitable for parts that require PolyJet technology’s highest possible impact resistance and shock absorption.
Digital ABS and Digital ABS2 are ideal for:
3D PRINT IN HUNDREDS OF MATERIALS
PolyJet technology 3D prints in the widest variety of materials, so you can create ergonomic tooling, biocompatible surgical guides or realistic prototypes that closely resemble finished products. Models are precisely printed in layers as fine as 16 microns for smooth surfaces and complex geometries. Material properties range from rubber to rigid, transparent to opaque, neutral to vibrantly colored and standard to biocompatible.
3D Printing With Rigid Opaque Material
Rigid Opaque photopolymers provide excellent detail visualization in gray, black, white and blue. You can 3D print accurate, attractive prototypes that test fit, form and function, even for moving and assembled parts. You can also produce smooth, accurate jigs, fixtures and manufacturing tooling; the blue shade is ideal for silicon molding.
3D Printing With High Temperature Material
High Temperature material (RGD525, white) combines heat resistance with exceptional dimensional stability. The material can simulate the thermal performance of engineering plastics and is ideal for testing applications such as hot-air flow or hot-water flow in pipes and faucets.
Objet High Temperature material has a heat deflection temperature of 63–67 C (145-153 F) upon removal from the printer. Thermal post treatment in a programmable oven can increase this to 75-80 C (167-176 F).
Simulate High Temperature Parts With Improved Functional Performance
Combining High Temperature material with Rubber-like materials produces varying Shore A values, gray shades and rigid functional materials with higher temperature resistance. The composite also enables printing high-temperature parts with over-molding.
Wide Range of Applications
High Temperature PolyJet photopolymer is useful for many applications including: