4/26/2016

Stratasys Introduces J750 3D Printer

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The multi-material 3D printer enables mixing and matching colors and material properties.

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3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions company Stratasys has introduced the J750 3D printer, enabling users to mix and match full color gradients. The printer works with a range of materials and is designed to enable the production of realistic prototypes without postprocessing. Other applications include tooling, molds, teaching aids, jigs and fixtures, and more.

The 3D printer is part of the Objet Connex multi-color, multi-material series, which enables customers to choose from more than 360,000 different color shades plus material properties ranging from rigid to flexible and opaque to transparent for versatility.

The printer enables a streamline workflow supported by the new PolyJet Studio software. Users are able to choose materials, optimize the build and manage print queues through the user interface. Design controls enable assigning colors, transparency and rigidity. Color textures can be loaded fully intact via VRML files imported from CAD tools.

The Stratasys J750 features capacity for six materials, keeping the most-used resins loaded and ready for printing while reducing downtime associated with material change-overs. Newly designed print heads are said to enable printing simulated production plastics such as Digital ABS in half the time of other Stratasys PolyJet systems. 

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