Dozens of MultiJet Material Choices
The ProJet® MJP 5600 MultiJet 3D printer solution simultaneously prints and blends both flexible and rigid photopolymers within the VisiJet family of materials. This is done layer-by-layer at the voxel level, in one part and in a single build, to achieve superior mechanical properties. Additionally, VisiJet rigid plastic, elastomeric and composite materials are engineered for performance with varying degrees of flexibility, material transparency and differentiated shades in one part.
Exceptionally high throughput
The ProJet MJP 5600 delivers ready-to-use parts at print speeds up to 2x faster than similar printers. This MultiJet 3D printing solution can quickly output a full build and offers a cleaning method that’s up to 4x faster than other processes thanks to automated post-processing. With a high capacity and over 50% larger build volume than other MultiJet Printing machines, you can print parts up to half a meter long—or several smaller parts—in a single build.
Superior part quality
The ProJet MJP 5600 offers greater geometric freedom and part functionality, along with:
True-to-CAD parts accuracy
Superior surface finish
Sharp edges and fine details that survive through hands-free post-processing
The ability to efficiently and completely remove supports from the tightest spaces
Large-Format, Multi-Material 3D Printer
Delivering a diverse array of broad mechanical performances, the ProJet MJP 5600 is a multi-material composite printer that generates stunningly realistic, functional prototypes and patterns for a variety of applications. Outputting a variety of sizes, this MultiJet Printing machine can produce over-moulded parts, multi-material assemblies, rubber-like components, jigs and fixtures, dies and more.
Exceptionally High Throughput
The ProJet MJP 5600 offers print speeds up to two times faster than similar PolyJet machines. Plus, with a larger build volume, you can leverage the ProJet MJP 5600’s capabilities to reduce part costs by up to 40% compared to those of competing multi-material 3D printers.* (*Compared to Stratasys’ Objet350 Connex3™ and Objet500 Connex3™)