VeroFlex™ is a PolyJet™ rigid photopolymer material offering a flexibility ideal for rapid prototyping eyewear.
Get prototypes with full-part realism in a wide range of colors, textures and materials from opaque to transparent, unique to the Stratasys 3D Printers.
VeroFlex accurately simulates the look, feel and function of eyewear, enabling improved performance testing:
VeroFlex Material Profile
Learn more about the benefits of PolyJet printed parts
TriMech can create Accurate, Flexible Eyewear Prototypes
VeroFlex offers a unique combination of stiffness and flexibility ideal for all prototyping phases of eyewear design and manufacturing.
Get designs with full-part realism in a wide range of colors, textures and materials from opaque to transparent for improved performance testing.
Eyewear prototypes produced with VeroFlex can better withstand drop tests, lens-mounting and wearability tests.
VeroFlex Material Applications
Sales and Marketing presentation models
Testing form, fit and function
VeroFlex Material Specification
Properties and testing results for the 3D printing material
|Tensile Strength||D-6338-03||43 – 64 MPa (6,237 – 9,282 psi)|
|Elongation at Break||D-638-05||8 – 20% (8 – 20%)|
|Modulus of Elasticity||D-638-04||950 – 1,600 MPa (137,786 – 232,060 psi)|
|Flexural Strength||D-790-03||48 – 88 MPa (6,962 – 12,763 psi)|
|Flexural Modulus||D-790-04||1,600 – 2,300 MPa (232,061 – 333,587 psi)|
|Shore Hardness||D-2240||75-85 Scale D|
|HDT, @ 0.45 MPa||D-648-06||42 – 50 °C (108 – 122 °F)|
|Izod Notched Impact||D-256-06||20 – 30 J/m (0.375 – 0.562 lb/in)|
Advantages of PolyJet Technology
Advantages of parts built with a Stratasys PolyJet Machine
Stratasys PolyJet 3D Printers are based on proven technology, which creates precise prototypes that set the standard for finished-product realism.
Their fine resolution makes complex shapes, intricate details and smooth surfaces possible.
PolyJet 3D Printing works by jetting layers of liquid photopolymer onto a build tray and instantly curing them with UV light.
The fine layers build up to create a precise 3D model or prototype. Models are ready to handle right out of the 3D printer, with no post-curing needed.