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From Prototyping to Production: PolyJet 3D Printing for Every Stage of Development.

Polyjet 3D printing is developed by the US-based Israeli company Stratasys. This technology, although akin to traditional inkjet printing, diverges significantly in its execution and outcomes. While inkjet printers deploy ink on paper, PolyJet systems release a stream of curable liquid photopolymer onto a build tray, solidifying each droplet instantly using UV light.
stratasys polyjet printer J750s
stratasys polyjet printer J750s

what polyjet can print?

PolyJet 3D printers are renowned for their exceptional precision, delivering smooth surfaces and intricate details with incredible accuracy. These cutting-edge systems can replicate a wide range of materials, from plastics and rubber to human tissue, by combining various photopolymers in precise concentrations and microstructures. With an extensive selection of materials available, you can create prototypes, models, textures, and patterns that are incredibly detailed and diverse in their properties and aesthetics. Plus, with thousands of material options to choose from, you can achieve a full spectrum of colors in your prints. Whether you’re looking for intricate details or vibrant colors, PolyJet 3D printing offers unparalleled versatility and customization.

Polyjet 3d printing
Polyjet printing case
Stratasys Polyjet Printing Technology
Stratasys Polyjet Printing Technology

How Does PolyJet Work?

PolyJet 3D printing technology operates by depositing layers of curable liquid photopolymer onto a build tray.

  • Pre-Processing: The preparation software automatically determines the arrangement of photopolymers to be cured and support material from a native STL/ STP/ OBJ/ VRML/ 3MF format file.
  • Production: Using UV light, PolyJet printers rapidly cure the droplets of liquid photopolymer, which accumulate in thin layers on the build tray to create the 3D part(s). Where support is required, the printer will jet removable support material.
  • Support Removal: The support material can be easily removed by hand, with water, or in a solution bath. No post-curing is necessary, as the 3D printed part is ready to handle straight off the build tray.

Unique Features and Advantages of PolyJet

PolyJet’s prowess lies in its unparalleled precision and vast range of possibilities. With layer resolutions down to 0.014 mm, it’s adept at creating intricate designs, from complex geometries and patterns to delicate features and textures. And while its full-color capabilities might steal the show, PolyJet’s application goes beyond mere aesthetics. Its durable components make it a favorite for rugged industrial parts and biocompatible products such as dental prostheses.

PolyJet offers a range of benefits, including:

  • Creation of smooth, highly-detailed prototypes that accurately convey final-product aesthetics.
  • Production of precise molds, jigs, fixtures and other manufacturing tools.
  • Ability to achieve complex shapes, intricate details and delicate features with ease.
  • Incorporation of a wide variety of colors and materials into a single model, allowing for unparalleled efficiency in the printing process.
3D printed medical prosthetic model
3D printed medical prosthetic model
3D printing of dental models
3D printing of dental models

PolyJet Technical Specifications

Tolerance Note


Selection of color

500+ Thousand Colors Available

Build Size

500*400*200 mm

Highest accuracy

0.02~0.05 mm

Minimum layer thickness

0.014 mm

Additional Services

0.6 mm

PolyJet Materials

Guidelines for Selecting Polyjet Materials

PolyJet 3D printers are designed to work exclusively with Stratasys PolyJet materials. While it may be tempting to use other photocurable resins with your PolyJet machine, doing so can result in damage to the printer or poor print quality. Fortunately, Stratasys offers a wide range of materials, including biocompatible options for dental applications and high-temperature materials for industrial use.
Compared to the cost of resins for other types of 3D printing, such as SLA, PolyJet resins may seem expensive, with an average price of approximately $400 per kilogram. However, the high quality, precision, and versatility of PolyJet printing make it a worthwhile investment for many businesses and individuals. Stratasys offers a variety of PolyJet materials to choose from, and you can find the full list on their material menu page.




Rigid Opaque

Vero Pure White, Vero Black Plus, Vero White Plus, Vero Yellow, Vero Cyan, Vero Magenta, Vero Blue

  • Brilliant color options for unprecedented design freedom
  • Combine with rubber-like materials for overmolding, soft touch handles, and more
  • Ideal for fit and form testing, moving and assembled parts, sales, marketing and exhibition models, assembly of electronic components, and silicone molding


Vero Clear

  • Print clear, tinted, and prototype parts with VeroClearTM and RGD720
  • Combine with color materials for stunning transparent shades
  • Ideal for form and fit testing of see-through parts like glass, consumer products, eyewear, light covers and cases, visualization of liquid flow, medical applications, artistic and exhibition modeling

Simulated Polypropylene

Rigur (White)

  • Simulates the appearance and functionality of polypropylene
  • Ideal for prototyping containers and packaging, flexible snap-fit applications and living hinges, toys, battery cases, laboratory equipment, loudspeakers and automotive components


Agilus30 (Clear), TangoBlack+

  • Offers various levels of elastomer characteristics
  • Combine with rigid materials for a variety of Shore A values, from Shore A 27 to Shore A 95
  • Ideal for rubber surrounds and overmolding, soft-touch coatings and nonslip surfaces, knobs, grips, pulls, handles, gaskets, seals, hoses, footwear, exhibition, and communication models

Simulated ABS

Digital ABS Plus (Ivory)

  • Simulates ABS plastics by combining strength with high temperature resistance
  • Enhance dimensional stability for thin-walled parts with Digital ABS PlusTM
  • Ideal for functional prototypes, snap-fit parts for high or low temperature usage, electrical parts, castings, mobile telephone casings, engine parts, and covers

Digital Materials

Predetermined blends of the above materials

  • Wide range of flexibility, from Shore A 27 to Shore A 95
  • Rigid materials ranging from simulated standard plastics to the toughness & temperature resistance of Digital ABS Plus TM
  • Vibrant colors in rigid or flexible materials, with over 500,000 colors options on the Stratasys J750
  • Available on PolyJet multi-jetting 3D printers

Who's Using PolyJet?

PolyJet 3D printing technology is utilized by a diverse range of industries and professionals, including:

  • Aerospace and Defense: PolyJet is used to create complex prototypes, tooling, and end-use parts for aircraft and spacecraft.
  • Automotive: Automotive designers and engineers use PolyJet to create accurate, high-resolution prototypes and parts with a range of mechanical properties.
  • Medical and Dental: Medical and dental professionals use PolyJet to create detailed models for surgical planning, prosthetics, and other applications that require biocompatible materials.
  • Education and Research: PolyJet is used in educational institutions and research facilities for a variety of applications, including creating anatomical models, teaching aids, and prototypes.
  • Manufacturing: PolyJet is used in manufacturing industries to create molds, jigs, fixtures, and other tooling, as well as end-use parts with precise geometries and mechanical properties.
Printing medical organs using biocompatible materials
Dental polyjet 3D printing case
Dental polyjet 3D printing case
polyjet 3D prints medical models
polyjet 3D prints medical models
polyjet 3D prints medical tools
polyjet 3D prints medical models
polyjet 3D prints toy models
polyjet 3D prints medical models
polyjet 3D prints architectural models
polyjet 3D prints architectural models
polyjet 3D prints portrait models
polyjet 3D prints medical models