PolyJet 3D Print Test Model of Unsupported Pins and Holes with Vero & Agilus

PolyJet 3D Print Test Model of Unsupported Pins and Holes with Vero & Agilus

Process 3D Print, Support Removal, Post Curing, Polish
Material Resin
Quantity 2 pcs
Price Range $1-100
Lead Time 1 workdays


About Project

This is a PolyJet test print from FacFox that demonstrates the design rules of PolyJet 3D printing technology. PolyJet Vero (white) and Agilus (black) materials were used to create this model with unsupported pins and holes of different diameters.

Our PolyJet printing can achieve a high level of accuracy, smooth surface finish (comparable to injection molding), and fast and scalable production. We can print pins and holes with a minimum diameter of 0.5mm using PolyJet.

However, please note that this does not guarantee a perfect print without deformation at any height.


  • Step 1: The CAD file was imported into the slicer software. Its positioning was arranged and necessary supporting structures were added. Soluble PolyJet supports could help create complex models with no restrictions on geometry.
  • Step 2: A inkjet-type head deposited multiple droplets of Vero (white) and Agilus (black) onto the build plate, which was then cured by a UV light. After a thin layer was created, the process repeated itself by jetting additional layers until the part was fully formed.
  • Step 3: The supporting structure was removed by rinsing the model with water and isopropanol (IPA). The parts would need post-cure under UV light for optimal properties.