How do you print different durometers with image wrapped parts (OBJs and VRMLs)?

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Using Stratasys’ newest rubber-like material (Agilus White) is necessary to change the durometer. Its use in VRMLs and OBJs is limited right now, but it is possible. There isn’t a button or bar in GrabCAD Print that allows you to adjust it. You must load Agilus White instead of Vero White in your color palette. When you do this, it will print the soft Agilus White where it would normally print the rigid Vero White. You adjust the durometer by changing […]

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3D Printing Rubber-like with Color: Agilus 30 White

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  With Agilus 30 White, we continue to improve on the performance of abilities of the J750. We can now print our normal full-color CMYK parts while using Agilus to make those colored parts also have a soft rubber-like quality. Agilus 30 White replaces VeroPureWhite in the CMYK palette. In short, this means that the more “white” the color being printed contains, the softer the material will be. Agilus 30 White has a natural Shore A value of 30. So we […]

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Stratasys 3D Printing: Product Innovation With The Stratasys J750

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Product Innovation With The Stratasys J750   When a new mobile device hits the market, new accessories, such as chargers and cases immediately follow. OtterBox, the #1 most trusted brand in smartphone and tablet cases, has a goal getting new products on the shelf the same day of a device launch. OtterBox keeps pace with the dynamic consumer electronic industry by using full color, multi-material 3D printing throughout its product development process.   Watch this pre-recorded webinar to spend a day in […]

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