Introducing the World’s First Full-color, Multi-material 3D Printer – Stratasys J750
April 5, 2016 News
Stratasys has once again transformed the impact of 3D printing on product development and delivery with the new Stratasys J750 3D printer. As the latest addition to the Objet Connex multi-color, multi-material 3D printer series, the J750 3D Printer enables efficient, informed decision-making to help accelerate the way products are designed, evaluated and brought to market.
Automatic color mapping: Color comes naturally to the Stratasys J750: neutrals and neons, shadows and highlights, textures and gradients — over 360,000 colors automatically mapped from your design software for photorealistic models.
Easy material selection: Load six materials at once for sweeping variety without swapping canisters. Assign any combination of rigid, flexible, transparent or opaque materials and their composites to a single model or assorted tray. Material selection is fast, simple and fun.
Finer layers and faster 3D printing: Produce ultra-smooth surfaces and fine details with layer thickness as fine as 0.014 mm — about half the width of a human skin cell. Plus, next-generation print heads double the number of nozzles for increased speed and print quality.
All new PolyJet Studio™: The software’s new intuitive user interface allows users to simply choose materials, optimize the build and manage print queues. Assignment of colors, transparencies and rigidity is eased via familiar design controls. Color textures are able to be loaded fully intact via VRML files imported from CAD tools.
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Posted by Heather Adams
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