Fathom is an experienced manufacturer that produces high-quality additive manufactured parts using polyjet technology. Our team can meet the needs of your polyjet project, whether your job is time-sensitive, requires high precision, or is highly complex or short project run related. Polyjet is just one of the manufacturing technologies offered by Fathom. Get started today.
Polyjet distributes material in droplets onto a build platform, building the part in layers. The object is cured by a flash of UV light and can be handled immediately. Gel-like support material is used, which enables complex geometries. The support material is removed by soaking or water jetting.
Polyjet offers multiple benefits. Using polyjet technology, complex geometries with intricate details are possible. Polyjet enables faster build times and smooth and detailed prototypes. A wide variety of materials and colors are available with polyjet. Polyjet is also known for parts with good tensile strength
Polyjet is used to make many different parts for multiple industries. The medical industry uses polyjet to make organ replicas, prosthetic limbs and more. Dental components such surgical guides, implant models, and aligner setups can be made using polyjet. Consumer goods and cosmetic prototypes can also be made. Other industries using polyjet technology include aerospace, defense, robotics, etc.
Fathom offers multiple additive layering technologies, including polyjet. Additive manufacturing is the process of forming parts by layering materials. In addition to polyjet, Fathom also offers fuse deposition modeling, stereolithography, multi jet fusion, selective laser sintering, direct metal laser sintering, etc. Polyjet additive manufacturing is just one of 28 manufacturing processes offered by Fathom.
Fathom has 2 US-based locations that offer 3D printing with nationwide coverage to the entire United States. Fathom’s advanced prototyping and manufacturing services include injection molding, CNC machining, chemical etching, metal 3D printing, and more. We have provided over 200,000 quotes to leading US companies and are ready to provide you with a quote today.
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A: Yes, Fathom offers additive manufacturing services.
A: An additive manufacturing machine produces a part by placing material in layers, gradually adding more raw material until a part is formed.
A: Fathom’s certifications include ISO 9001:2015, ISO 9001:2015 Design, and ISO 13485:2016. For site-specific certifications, please visit https://fathommfg.com/fathom-manufacturing-certifications.
A: Fathom is ITAR certified. For site-specific certifications, please visit https://fathommfg.com/fathom-manufacturing-certifications.
A: Yes, Fathom is AS9100:2016 certified. For site-specific certifications, please visit https://fathommfg.com/fathom-manufacturing-certifications.
A: Fathom’s certifications include NIST 800-171. For site-specific certifications, please visit https://fathommfg.com/fathom-manufacturing-certifications.
A: Yes, polyjet is a type of additive manufacturing technology.
A: Materials used for polyjet manufacturing include Vero, Agilus30, TangoBlack+, etc.
A: Polyjet and SLA have their advantages, and one process is not necessarily better than the other. Some clients prefer Polyjet for its speed and ability to use various materials.
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