Does your design make use of different materials? Well fret not. CammPro offers a choice of over 100 quality hard and soft 3D printing materials. From rubber to engineering plastics we have it all.
An example combines VeroWhitePlus (A rigid engineering polymer simulant) with TangoBlackPlus (a flexible silicone simulant), which allows up to 14 different material combinations with graded flexibility and shading (Objet VeroWhitePlus RGD835, Objet TangoBlackPlus FLX980-TangoPlus FLX930).
At our 3D printing Wollongong one stop shop we can access the Vero, Tango, and Digital ABS material families to produce parts to your unique requirements.
For years, one of the limitations of Polyjet printed parts was a comparably low heat deflection temperature, limiting the use of printed parts in final applications. To address this the capabilities of multi-material printing were harnessed to allow the printing of Digital ABS, a composite material (RGD515 and RGD535) combining high temperature resistance with toughness. The robust characteristics of this material even allow for the direct production of injection and blow moulding tools. Thermal treatments allow this technologies highest impact resistance and shock absorption properties to be achieved. The industry has advanced well beyond the brittle prototypes available throughout the early 2000's.
This robust and practical material family is ideal for more demanding applications including,
Molds, including injection and blow molds
Snap-fit parts for high or low temperature use
Electrical parts, casings, mobile phone casings
Engine parts and covers
Rigid opaque photopolymers are the mainstay of the Polyjet materials families and provide excellent detail visualization in gray, black, white and blue. In the highest possible 3D printing resolution you can achieve smooth, attractive prototypes to test the fit, form and function of static parts, moving components or complex assemblies. These attributes are often ideal for the production of accurate jigs, precise fixtures and manufacturing tooling with complex and detailed geometry.
Simulated Polypropylene (Durus White)
Huge advances are being made in translating 3D printing into medical applications, and not just in the development on surgical tools or pre-operative models. The every growing needs of clinicians have opened doors into the direct manufacture of patient specifics components such as surgical guides or aligners. MED610 is a bio-compatible Polyjet photopolymer that has been formulated specifically to address this market need. The polymer is a rigid medical rapid prototyping material. It features high dimensional stability and colorless transparency. Components printed in this material and processed in accordance with strictly specified guidelines are ideal for applications requiring prolonged skin contact of more than 30 days or short-term mucosal-membrane contact of up to 24 hours. This material has five medical approvals including cytotoxicity, genotoxicity, delayed type hypersensitivity, irritation and USP plastic class VI.