With Connex 3, you can run a range of Shore A and Shore D materials simultaneously for the perfect mix of rubbery and rigid materials in one build. Or create new materials with varying softness and textures by blending the two together. From handles and grips to buttons and cases, you're offered a variety of flexibilities with a potential of 16 color palettes and up to 72 colors in one build. Connex is a great option if you’re looking for fit and design checks. You’re only limited by your imagination.
We run all Vero (rigid), Tango (flexible), Digital, and ABS materials. Digital materials are a combination of Tango Black + and Vero White +. Digital materials work great for overmolded parts. For multi material printing, please supply a globally oriented assembly of files and information letting us know which parts need to be which materials.
Shore A OBJET – E2 – All support materials removed and part is water blasted.
Shore D OBJET – E3 – All support materials removed. Parts are water blasted and measured. Part exterior is then lightly sanded and matte sprayed.
Objet 3D printing is a process where print heads lay down material on a platform layer by layer until a part is created. With each pass from the print heads, material (both support and model) is laid onto the platform or previous layer and cured via UV light, making it one of the fastest options for creating parts. The support material covers the outside of the part and also supports any overhanging sections on the part. Once the build is complete, the part is removed from the platform and the support material is cleaned off using mechanical tools and pressurized water.