Multicolor can be used for models with more than one color, which don’t need to be functional. The technique allows a lot of freedom in design. Typically, these are models you put on your desk or on a shelf such as architectural scale models, figures, and awards.
ColorJet Printing builds up the model from bottom to top, layer by layer. A roller puts a thin layer of powder on a platform and a print head places tiny drops of glue at specific locations, printing a thin layer of your model. The platform lowers and the roller spreads another layer of powder. The coloring is done by combining 4 different pre-colored types of glue to match the color requested. After the printing process, the model is brittle but is strengthened by putting it into superglue. A UV coating is sprayed on it to prevent de-coloration by sunlight.
Learning about our materials is one thing, seeing and touching them another. That's why we've designed sample kits based on our Periodic Table of Materials.
Includes a sample of Polyamide, Alumide, Multicolor (matt), Standard Resin and Steel (natural polished).
Includes a matt and gloss Multicolor sample.