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Injection Molding

Injection molding is the method of injecting plastic material into a mold cavity, where it cools and hardens to the configuration of the cavity. It is best used to mass-produce highly accurate, often complex, three-dimensional (3D) end-use parts and products. However, the development of molds for this process is often painstaking, highly expensive, and time intensive.

Polyjet 3D-printed molds are the modern alternative. The use of polyJet technology is an exclusive method of 3D printing offered by Objet™ 3D Printers from Stratasys® that allows companies to build injection molds in-house, quickly and easily. PolyJet printing creates 3D objects by positioning successive layers of liquid photopolymer into desired configurations. T

The use of PolyJet 3D printed molds allows manufacturers the ability to take functional testing to a new level, by creating product prototypes from the same IM process and materials that will be used to create the final product. With this technology, companies can generate superior performance data and validate certification confidence.

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