3D printer manufacturer Stratasys has this month unveiled a new addition to its range of industrial multi-colour 3D printing systems with the unveiling of the new Stratasys J750 3D printer.
The Stratasys J750 3D printer has been specifically designed to be capable of mixing and matching full colour gradients as well as providing printing options in a wide range of materials to achieve a one-stop realistic product without any post processing.
Check out the demonstration video below to see just what the new Stratasys J750 colour 3D printer is capable of creating. Brycen Smith, engineering technician supervisor for OtterBox explains more about their thoughts on the new J750 colour 3D printer.
We’ve used 3D printers for years, but nothing has come close to revolutionizing our design and ideation process the way the Stratasys J750 has. Stratasys allows us to innovate in ways we never thought possible and gives us the ability to create true product-matching prototypes and to cut down the time necessary to bring products to market. The Stratasys J750 is a game-changer for both OtterBox and the 3D printing industry.
The Stratasys J750 allows users the choice of more than 360,000 different colour shades, together with multiple material properties, Stratasys explains more :
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. A true industry milestone, the J750 is expected to improve Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) by eliminating many of the traditional complex processes, time and resources required to create product-matching prototypes. Designers and engineers can physically experience true product prototypes within hours of developing an initial concept for immediate design and function validation with internal stakeholders and end users.
The J750’s one-stop realism is supported with a streamlined workflow, beginning with the 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.
For more information on the new Stratasys J750 3D printer jump over to the Stratasys website for details via the link below.
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