From perfecting products to applying concepts learned in the classroom, Stratasys can help you realize any number of design ideas. The new J55 introduces a rotating print platform for outstanding surface finish and printing quality, and features multimaterial capabilities and material configurations for both industrial and mechanical design.
The Stratasys J55 3D Printer is a huge leap forward for accessible, full color 3D printing and allows designers to have multiple iterations of a prototype ready and at their fingertips throughout every phase of the design process.
Enhanced 3D printing capabilities include – static print head, rotating build tray, UV LED illumination technology, new material cartridge design, and more. The full reliability and quality of PolyJet technology created for an office or studio environment, at an affordable price.
Designed for consistent, stable performance, the J55 requires zero mechanical calibrations and features a “ready-to-print” mode, so you can make ideas a reality without interruption.
Click the link below to download the product brochure and learn how this innovative new machine is revolutionizing the world of additive manufacturing.
Our loop around the Southwest with the new Stratasys J750 Full Color 3D Printer finished strong with a well attended gathering at ASU’s Skysong in Scottsdale. The event was so popular, Channel 10 did a story on it. Over 130 people signed up to learn more about this fantastic device, get caught up on latest industry trends, and talk with other users of Additive Manufacturing.
This event had a great mix of users from multiple industries as well as students and people wanting to just learn more about the technology.
The presentations were a big hit from every seminar, and Dhruv’s was especially popular in Arizona. You can download the presentations here:
Eric Miller’s Presentation on Design for 3D Printing:
Dhruv Bhate’s Overview of Additive Manufacturing:
James Barker and Mario Vargas’s Introduction of the Stratasys J750:
During the breaks and after the presentations, we had a chance to interact one-on-one with customers, show off parts, and answer questions. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 480.813.4884 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lastly, we were visited by local TV channel 10, KSAZ who did a short but really informative segment on the show and the Stratasys J750: