In addition to its high detail and smooth surfaces, PolyJet offers the unique ability to print precision parts and assemblies with multiple materials, all in a single build. A single part can contain different colors, levels of transparency, and diverse physical and mechanical properties, making PolyJet ideal for complex visual models and prototypes.

Top view of a 3D-printed static mixer, mostly transparent with some orange and blue particles inside

Why work with Materialise Manufacturing?

When you need to bring a complex idea to life, you can count on Materialise's broad in-house expertise in PolyJet technology to help you develop unique parts that other 3D printing technologies can’t create in one piece. Whether you want to combine different PolyJet materials and colors, or blend materials to achieve specific characteristics, we make sure your end product exceeds your expectations.

Discover applications of PolyJet

Decorative image showing rows of hexagons of different colours, printed using PolyJet
Realistic multicolor prototypes can be created in a fraction of the time, and cost, of traditional manufacturing, thanks to PolyJet printing.
Illustrative model of static mixer showing distribution of orange and blue particles
Combining different materials, colors, and opacity is possible with PolyJet, as shown by this illustrative model of a static mixer in Vero and Vero Clear.
Solid transparent tube with various strands of color running through it
Models like this transparent tube with multiple colored strands running through it would be impossible with other manufacturing techniques.
3D-printed heart model in a transparent material with a red tint
Printed in a combination of AgilusClear and Vero using PolyJet technology, this model accurately represents the anatomy of a heart with a tumor, serving as a valuable training tool.
Cross-section view of a 3D-printed brain model, mostly transparent with some sections in yellow, green, and blue
Using different colors in the same PolyJet print can bring immediate educational value, like in this model of a brain.

Technical specifications

Maximum build dimensions

Dimensions are unlimited as components may be composed of several sub-parts. 

The maximum build envelope is 490 x 390 x 200 mm

Standard accuracy

0.1 – 0.3 mm (varies depending on geometry, part orientation, and print size)

Layer thickness

0.032 mm

Minimum wall thickness

1 mm

Surface structure

Unfinished parts have a smooth surface, which can be further smoothed through various post-production finishes


Choose from a broad selection of materials when you come to Materialise for your PolyJet projects.

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