About Stratasys Technologies
Stratasys Objet 3D Printers employ patented PolyJet® technology, which works by jetting state-of-the-art photopolymer materials in ultra-thin layers onto a build tray — layer by layer — until the high quality prototype is completed. The intuitive Objet Studio™ software manages the process. And, with the multi-material jetting process found in the Objet Connex family, you can combine different material properties in the same prototype, in a single print - creating the most realistic 3D models possible.
The proven Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM Technology™) is the foundation for Mojo, uPrint and the Dimension 3D Printers. Two materials (one for models, one for support) are heated in an extrusion head and deposited in thin layers on a modeling base. The model is precisely built, layer upon layer. When the model is complete, the support material is removed, leaving an accurate, durable, functional 3D prototype made of engineering-grade thermoplastic.
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