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00:05The PolyJet process is very similar to the classic inkjet process.
00:10The material is printed in layers through multiple print heads with very narrow nozzles
00:15and then cured under UV lamps.
00:19"In contrast to PolyJet
00:28"With different material mixtures
00:35The materials used are always photopolymers based on acrylic resins.
00:40Here’s how the PROTIQ process works:
00:42"Upload your file to the PROTIQ portal and choose the quantity
00:50Our software divides your file into layers and sends them to the printer.
00:56Indentations in the direction of build-up are automatically held in place
01:01by a separate low-strength support material that can be removed later.
01:06"As soon as a layer is printed
01:13"After the object has been completed
01:19The PolyJet’s advantage lies in its wide range of materials.
01:24"Mixtures can be used for exact control of hardness
01:34Our PolyJet machines can produce objects with dimensions up to 342x342x200 mm.
01:42"Depending on the desired composition of your object
01:46with PROTIQ you have a choice of additive manufacturing methods.
01:523D printing by PROTIQ. Precise. Fast. Reliable.
Letzte Änderung: 21.02.2017