Strong material with great colour saturation, ideal for prototyping.
A common material used in the fabrication of anything from medical to toys. It has very high impact resistance and offers incredible colour saturation and finish.
High temperature photopolymer »
This material is used for things such as injection molding.
Used where the print will be exposed to higher than normal temperatures like seen in an injection mold.
Rigid opaque photopolymer »
Stiff and strong with an excellent colour presence, perfect for demonstration material.
An opaque coloured material that can be mixed to generate other colours or mixed with rubber-like materials
Ideal for objects that need a texture that mimics rubber.
Rubber like material is capable of creating shore “A” rubber values from 27 (soft) to 95 (hard)
Sandstone powder »
Capable of reproducing photorealistic surfaces and full colour four channel CMYK prints.
Rubber like material is capable of creating shore "A" rubber values from 27 (soft) to 95 (hard)
Transparent photopolymer »
Ideal for when transparency is required, can be mixed and tinted with opaque materials to add colour.
A transparent material that allows light to pass through. Can be mixed with rubber-like materials