J750 Color 3D Printer
The World’s Only Full Color Multi-Material High Resolution 3D Printer
Create prototypes that look, feel and operate like finished products, without the need for painting or assembly, thanks to the new Stratasys J750’s wide range of material properties. With an astounding 360,000+ color combinations to choose from and multi-material capability, the Stratasys J750 allows you to bring even your most imaginative ideas to life.
The Most Realistic Models in the 3D Printing Industry
490 x 390 x 200 mm
(19.3 x 15.35 x 7.9 in.)
Horizontal build layers down to
14-microns (0.00055 in.)
Size and Weight:
1400 x 1260 x 1100 mm
(55.1 x 49.6 x 43.4 in.)
430 kg (948 lbs)
670 x 1170 x 640 mm
(26.4 x 46.1 x 25.2 in.)
152 kg (335 lbs)
One Machine That Does It All
The Stratasys J750 is the only true full-color 3D printer that delivers the best aesthetics and material properties. This color 3D printer features new PolyJet print heads and runs six base resins simultaneously. Full-color parts can incorporate a range of flexible Shore A values or translucencies along with the ability to print more than 360,000 colors.
The Stratasys J750 3D printer offers finer layers compared with previous PolyJet capabilities with 14-micron layer lines in high-quality mode. It is the fastest multi-material 3D printer, printing two- and three-component Digital Materials in high speed, giving it high efficiency and a lower cost per part with virtually no need for material changeover. It also features a new intuitive interface, PolyJet Studio, where texture mapping and gradients can be used for photorealistic detail that transfers directly from designer’s native software.
Synergy – Reinventing Invention
“Now our customers can make instant decisions about the ergonomics of a product – about the touch and feel – as well as test how it fits into its environment.”
– Tamar Fleisher / Synergy
PolyJet Materials – A Range of Possibilities
With more than 360,000 options, PolyJet materials offer the versatile 3D printing solution that lets you see, touch, feel, test, analyze and use new products that have thermoplastic or elastomer characteristics.