With over 360,000 different color combinations, the Stratasys J750 not only delivers incredible realism but it’s also the most versatile 3D printer available. For this edition of 30 on 3D, R&D Engineer, Cameron Williams, will discuss how to apply different color values to multiple parts of an assembly using the RGB options within PolyJet Studio.
To help utilize the unfathomable amount of unique coloring, the J750 comes equipped with PolyJet Studio. PolyJet Studio is an updated version of Objet studio, optimized specifically for the J750, giving you color management as well as simplified operations. As Cameron uploads the STLs, he uses the Model Properties window which allows him to adjust familiar properties such as finish, dimensions, model units, rotation, and scaling. In addition, he can also choose the desired colors by using a variety of palettes based on what base materials are loaded or, by manually typing in RGB values and applying precise colors to the part, as shown in the video.
Utilizing the Stratasys J750 and PolyJet Studio not only allows you to produce parts with an incredible array of characteristics, but ultimately gives your product the color precision you’ve been looking for.