Stratasys recently released the most advanced PolyJet 3D Printer on the market. The Stratasys J750 promises to be a game changer by printing complex parts with diverse properties quickly while minimizing post processing time. We invite you to join us for a webinar to learn more about this amazing technology.
The J750 provides true, full-color capability. The color range is possible because with the J750, you can choose between 5 different colors: cyan, magenta, yellow, black and white allowing the J750 to achieve a broad color spectrum.
Color textures and gradients are also possible now allowing for a variety of realistic patters like wood grain, plaid or even photographs and illustrations.
Full color is also now able to be combined with a variety of material characteristics such as a range of transparencies and durometers. All of this variety can now be done in a single print.
Register now and learn how to create stunning prototypes quickly and efficiently with full color realism.
The J750 not only produces incredibly realistic models, it is also capable of creating thousands of colors, translucencies and durometers simply by combining base resins right on the build tray. The versatility provided by the J750 can drastically reduce the amount of time spend on post processing a model. Before the Stratasys J750, no single 3D printer could deliver full color, smooth surfaces and multiple materials. A shop that wanted to achieve all of these qualities would have had to adopt multiple 3D printing technologies and still resort to extensive post-processing, such as sanding, painting and bonding.
Fast, Efficient Workflow
PolyJet Studio is the latest generation of ObjetStudio Software. The intuitive interface makes it easy to choose materials, optimize the build and manage print queues.
The six-material capacity means less time spending changing over materials, less waste purging to switch materials and less overall down time.
There is so much more to the J750. Please join us for a webinar to learn more and get your questions answered by our Application Engineer and PolyJet Technology expert, James Barker.
REGISTER today for our upcoming webinar to find out even more about this game-changing technology.
If you have any questions or encounter a problem while registering, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Kathryn at 480.813.4884.
Take a look at some other cool prototypes made on the J750.