The Colorjet 3D Printing process is used to produce components using a liquid binder and core material to reproduce any colour on the spectrum. Up to 4 different materials, colours or a combination of them can be printed simultaneously to produce vivid & realistic models. Printing is done using materials such as ceramics and gypsum. The builds are among the fastest of current technologies, but have a poor surface finish and require post-processing. The brittle nature of the final build makes this technology less suitable for commercial applications. But the ability to produce parts from unique materials at low cost and high speed makes it ideal for artists, architects, product designers and makers from all fields.

Process

The Colorjet 3D Printing process is used to produce components using a liquid binder and core material to reproduce any colour on the spectrum. Up to 4 different materials, colours or a combination of them can be printed simultaneously to produce vivid & realistic models. Printing is done using materials such as ceramics and gypsum. The builds are among the fastest of current technologies, but have a poor surface finish and require post-processing. The brittle nature of the final build makes this technology less suitable for commercial applications. But the ability to produce parts from unique materials at low cost and high speed makes it ideal for artists, architects, product designers and makers from all fields.

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Post Process

The Colorjet 3D Printing process is used to produce components using a liquid binder and core material to reproduce any colour on the spectrum. Up to 4 different materials, colours or a combination of them can be printed simultaneously to produce vivid & realistic models. Printing is done using materials such as ceramics and gypsum. The builds are among the fastest of current technologies, but have a poor surface finish and require post-processing. The brittle nature of the final build makes this technology less suitable for commercial applications. But the ability to produce parts from unique materials at low cost and high speed makes it ideal for artists, architects, product designers and makers from all fields.

Process

Post Process