The Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy Printer is paving the road for the future of the medical industry. Initially released in late 2019, the printer is a cost-effective alternative to traditional medical models and cadavers. With its incredible software, the J750 Digital Anatomy Printer brings the look and feel of medical models to life.
In this video from Stratasys, you can see how the Jacobs Institute utilizes PolyJet technology to elevate medical device innovation and training. The three new digital anatomy materials can be combined to mimic human cardiac, orthopedic, and vascular anatomy from actual patient scans.
Check out the video to see the printer in-action and contact our team to learn more about the benefits of bringing the machine in-house.