VeroClear is a transparent photopolymer material known for its water resistance and exceptional clarity. With its ability to produce a clear and smooth finish, VeroClear is an excellent choice for applications that demand high-quality, see-through prototypes or models. Whether it's creating transparent components for visual representation, intricate designs that require precise visualization of internal structures, or showcasing the aesthetics of a product design, VeroClear delivers outstanding results with its transparent properties and smooth surface, ensuring that every detail is visible and accurately represented. Its water-resistant nature further enhances its durability and suitability for applications where exposure to moisture or liquids is a consideration. VeroClear sets a new standard in producing transparent prototypes or models, offering a combination of clarity, quality, and resilience.
Average Lead Time:
3-5 Business Days
3D Printers Used:
Stratasys Objet30 Prime
Stratasys Objet350 Connex3
VeroClear enables designers and engineers can create prototypes that accurately mimic the appearance and functionality of final products made from acrylic. This material provides a clear and smooth finish, allowing for the creation of transparent prototypes that closely resemble the optical properties of PMMA. Whether it's for eyewear, light covers, or medical devices, VeroClear offers a reliable method to validate designs and showcase the visual characteristics of the intended end product.
Concept modeling and design verification are crucial stages in the product development process, where accurate representation and functionality play a vital role. VeroClear enables designers to showcase the form, fit, and visual aesthetics of transparent parts, providing an effective way to evaluate and refine their designs. It allows for the validation of design features, such as proper fit and assembly, while also assessing the optical properties and light transmission characteristics.
VeroClear allows for designers to quickly create prototypes that closely resemble the final product, reducing the need for costly and time-consuming mold-making or manual fabrication processes. It offers a cost-effective and efficient alternative for producing clear prototypes, significantly speeding up the design iteration process and shortening time-to-market.
The applications for VeroClear are vast, covering industries such as eyewear, automotive, consumer goods, lighting, and medical devices. In the eyewear industry, VeroClear can be used to create prototypes of glasses frames, allowing designers to validate the design, fit, and aesthetics before moving to mass production. Similarly, in the automotive industry, transparent parts such as light covers or instrument panels can be accurately represented using VeroClear, ensuring proper fitment and functionality.
VeroClear finds utility in the consumer goods industry, where transparent components or casings are prevalent. By utilizing VeroClear, designers can showcase the visual appeal and performance of products such as electronic devices, home appliances, or cosmetics packaging.
In the lighting industry, VeroClear can be employed to create prototypes of light fixtures or diffusers, enabling designers to assess light transmission properties and achieve the desired lighting effects. Additionally, in the medical device field, VeroClear is valuable for creating transparent prototypes that can be used to verify the design and functionality of products like surgical instruments, medical containers, or optical devices.
VeroClear offers a practical and efficient solution for concept modeling and design verification of transparent parts. With its ability to simulate the properties of PMMA, it allows for the creation of clear prototypes that closely resemble the final product, minimizing the need for expensive and time-consuming manual fabrication processes. With applications spanning various industries, VeroClear empowers designers and engineers to validate their designs, assess optical properties, and accelerate the product development cycle.
- Clear enclosures
- Medical Devices