resins and aesthetic rubbers
The Object solutions – resins and aesthetic rubbers employ liquid polymers in cartridges that allow to simulate the rigid plastics, both opaque and transparent, or the rubbers in different hardnesses. They use soluble support material for the construction of the most stringent undercuts.
The processing of liquid material makes stratification almost imperceptible, giving a very high resolution, much appreciated for reproducing medium and small details of the consumer electronics world or similar.
The materials are specifically formulated to maximize the aesthetic aspect rather than functional compliance, therefore this technique is ideal for reproducing objects rich in details that must act as a demo for fairs or shows.
This solution is not suitable for functional tests where the material can give up relatively quickly (rigid resins can have an excessive rigidity and the gums have a limited elastic range).
The material has a resinous consistency, easy to finish but with a weakly “waxy” appearance. High detail solution for aesthetic prototypes.