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Contrary to popular belief, there isn't a one-size-fits-all approach to 3D printing. In general, 3D printing technologies can be split up into 2 groups: direct and indirect 3D printing. The main difference lies in the fact that the design is made from 3D printing (direct) or 3D printing was used in the process of creating your model (indirect). UV Inkjet is an example of a direct 3D printing technique.

How It Works

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The technique used to build your design with Multicolor+ is UV Inkjet printing. It's similar to the inkjet 2D printing technology and makes use of UV curable inks that are hardened with UV light. The printing process involves successive layers of curable ink on top of each other until the desired design is completed. Water-soluble support material is used to build overhanging elements and is removed after the printing process.

Materials

Multicolor+

  • The only material that offers full color models
  • Surface has a layered plastic look
  • Allows a lot of freedom in design
  • Mostly used for items with limited functionality