Materials and Pricing

Choose a material and 3D Print your model

MJP Extreme HD Frosted


3.25 per cm3



Resolution 29 Microns
and 16 microns

Material Description

Printer Type: MultiJet Printing (MJP)
Color: Frosted Crystal
Material: VisiJet M3 Crystal / UV Cured Plastic
Finish: Smooth finish

Material Uses

Models and parts requiring extreme details, demonstration, inventions and prototypes. Great for miniatures, figurines, train parts that can be finished and painted. Medical Devices (USP Class VI)

This is our Extreme HD Frosted (VisiJet M3 Crystal) that is UV cured. It’s a translucent rigid material producing sharp edges and fine features definition, great for prototyping, molds, and medical uses.

The MJP 3D printing process uses a type of wax for support during the printing process. The 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:298 × Y:185 × Z:203 mm (11.7 x 7.3 x 7.9 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: 0.3 mm

A supported wall is one that is connected to other walls on two or more sides. A supported wall smaller than 0.3 mm may warp during the post cleaning process.

Minimum Drain Hole Size

Recommended: 3 mm

Drain holes are recommended for the wax to escape in models that are fully enclosed (spheres, cylinders, figurines, etc.). Without drain holes of at least 3 mm in diameter, the part may trap the wax and add weight or have an undesired look to your model.

Minimum Clearance

Recommended: 0.05 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 0.05 mm may cause the parts to fuse.