Materials and Pricing

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MJP Casting Wax

Price

6.50 per cm3

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Resolution

Z Resolution 16 Microns
X 1200 DPI, Y 1200 DPI

Material Description

Printer Type: MultiJet Printing (MJP)
Color: Purple
Material: VisiJet M2 Cast / 100% Wax for fine details and clean burn out
Finish: Smooth Wax

Material Uses

Jewelry, Casting Prototyping and Parts, Complex Geometry with Micro Details and Precision.

Lost-wax process is a method of metal casting in which a molten metal is poured into a mold that has been created by means of a wax model. Once the mold is made, the wax model is melted and drained away.

The MJP 3D printing process uses a type of wax for support during the printing process. This support material is removed before shipping.

Pricing includes:

  • Primary material
  • Support material
  • Post processing

Pricing excludes:

  • Startup fee ($5)
  • Tax
  • Shipping

Design Guide

A good 3D Print starts with a well-designed Model that is optimized for specific 3D Printing Materials. We’ve created these design guides to identify some of the minimum features required for a specific material.

Bounding Box

Maximum Size: X:293 × Y:210 × Z:144 mm (11.5 x 8.2 x 5.6 in)

Bounding Box is the maximum size of the build chamber and your model has to fit inside these dimensions.

Minimum Supported Wall Thickness

Recommended: 0.5 mm

A supported wall is one that is connected to other walls on two or more sides. A supported wall smaller than 0.5 mm may break during the post cleaning process.

Minimum Escape Hole Size

Recommended: 4.0 mm

Escape holes are recommended for the material to escape in models that are fully enclosed (spheres, cylinders, figurines, etc.). Without escape holes of at least 4.0 mm in diameter, the part may trap extra material and add weight or additional cost to your model.

Minimum Clearance

Recommended: 0.1 mm

The minimum clearance is the recommend distance needed between two moving parts of a model (gears, joints, moving parts, etc.). A clearance of less than 0.1 mm may cause the parts to fuse.