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What kind of material do you use in 3D printing?

Over 1,000 material options are available on the Connex3, enabling you to print both
complex and delicate features on your models, re-creating astonishingly realistic
production parts. Delivering special material properties such as transparency, flexibility
and even bio-compatibility, the PolyJet technology built in to the Connex3 systems offers
you a competitive edge in consumer products prototyping, precision tooling and
specialized production parts.
VeroWhitePlus (RGD835), VeroGray (RGD850), VeroBlue (RGD840), VeroBlackPlus
(RGD875), VeroCyan VeroMagenta, VeroYellow, VeroBlack, VeroWhitePlus, Vero
PureWhite, a brilliant white 20 percent brighter than VeroWhitePlus with twice the
Vero family of opaque materials, including various neutral shades and vibrant colors,
Tango family rubber-like flexible materials, Medical: MED610, Digital ABS Plus and
Digital ABS2 Plus in ivory and green, DurusWhite RGD430, High Temperature RGD525
white, Transparent: VeroClear and RGD720
Digital ABS Plus, Rubber-like materials in a variety of Shore A values, Vibrant blended
colors in rigid opaque, Translucent colored tints, Polypropylene-like materials with
improved thermal resistance