Multicolor material refers to a type of photopolymer material used in 3D printing that can produce parts in multiple colours and textures. This substance is used in Stratasys' PolyJet printing process, which layers tiny droplets of liquid photopolymer material onto a build tray before curing them with ultraviolet light to produce solid objects.
Since different materials and colours may be used in a single print job thanks to multicolor PolyJet technology, parts with intricate textures and complicated colour gradients can be created. Applications for these components include product design, architecture, and the arts. PolyJet materials can be used to produce parts with a variety of other qualities, such as transparency, adaptability, and high heat resistance, in addition to their multicolor capabilities. They are therefore a flexible option for a variety of applications.