Stratasys J750 3D Printer
The Stratasys J750 does the rest.
Combine imaging, ingenuity, research and resolve, and allow your team to model something truly amazing. Hold it in your hands without extra steps and stipulations. New features, available only on the Stratasys J750, will change the way you look at 3D printing.
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 material 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, new features include next-generation print heads, doubling the number of nozzles for increased speed and print quality.
PolyJet for production
Detail and realism
Create precise threading or crisp tracking codes directly from CAD. With 14-micron layer resolution, the Stratasys J750 lets you see, touch, test and perfect every detail.
With a spacious build envelope and the ability to widely vary materials within a single print job, you can pack a tray with assorted parts to power through tool and prototype production.
Spend less time processing parts. PolyJet models are smooth, beautiful and ready to handle without additional curi
ng or post-processing.
Faster 3D printing, fewer material changeovers and automatic color mapping maximize your productivity, so the Stratasys J750 achieves a low cost per part.
Customer success: Synergy
Synergy transforms bright ideas into viably manufacturable, marketable products. Learn how they used the Stratasys J750 to eliminate six expensive and time-consuming operations from their prototyping process, reducing the cost of a single prototype by over 70 percent.