PolyJet Matrix Technology

Multi-Material 3D Printing

PolyJet is one of the most versatile 3D printing solutions available, capable of producing parts with incredible precision and speed in a wide range of material properties. Parts are created by jetting microscopic thin layers of liquid photopolymer onto a build tray.

PolyJet is the only print technology that allows you to create parts in multiple materials including soft rubber-like, rigid, clear and opaque surfaces all in one build.

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Parts 3D Printed

± 0.25

MM Part Tolerances



2-5 Day

Average Lead Time

Materials | PolyJet Matrix Technology

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Soft & Flexible Prototypes with Superior Elongation

Agilus 30 rubber-like material offers a variety of elastomer characteristics with superior elongation at break, tear resistance and tensile strength. By combining other PolyJet rigid materials with Agilius 30, you can mimic the softness of rubber along a Shore A hardness scale for a variety of modeling & prototyping applications.

Colours Available: Black

Tensile Strength

3.1 MPa

Tensile Elongation

240 %

Compressive set

7 %

Tensile Tear Resistance

7 %

Shore Hardness (Shore A)


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Advantages of PolyJet Matrix Technology

  • Rapid Turnaround

    One of the fastest processes on the market, producing detailed prototypes in as little as 3-5 business days.

  • Flexible

    Prototype flexible parts between Shore A30 – A95 hardness. PolyJet rubber-like materials offer superior elongation at break, tear resistance and tensile strength.

  • Highly Accurate

    16-micron layer resolution and accuracy as high as +/- 0.1 mm. PolyJet can produce thin walls and complex geometries in a wide range of resins.

  • Superior Surface Finish

    PoyJet provides a near paint ready surface right out of the 3D printer with only minimal wet-sanding & polishing.

  • Versatile Materials

    Rubber-like materials, clear and tinted translucent shades, Simulated Polypropylene, and specialized photopolymers for dental and medical industries.

  • Rapid Tooling

    Blend multiple simultaneously to incorporate a variety of properties – and even colors – into your 3D printed models and parts.

Design Guidelines | PolyJet Matrix Technology

  • Minimum Wall Thickness

1 mm

  • Minimum Detail Size

0.3 mm

  • Tolerences

± .127 mm (± .005 in.) or ± .0015 mm/mm

  • Minimum Text Size

0.3 mm

  • Layer Height

16 μm - 28 μm

  • Maximum Build Size

490 x 390 x 200 mm (19.3 x 15.35 x 7.9)

Case Studies | PolyJet Matrix Technology


Guide to Painting 3D Printed PolyJet Parts

Parts printed with PolyJet 3D technology have a smooth surface right out of the printer. With only little sanding, they are ready to accept off-the-shelf acrylic paints and lacquers.

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Mold Tools with PolyJet

International Submarine Engineering needed to produce a mold for an antenna, which would traditionally be produced out of aluminium using CNC. 

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Multi-Material 3D Printing: Bone Cross Sections

3D printing bone scans showing the effects of low gravity on bone density for Health in Space: Daring to Explore, a long term exhibit at the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum.

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