Stratasys J735 and J750 – The ultimate full-color,multi-material 3D printer!
If seeing is believing, holding something this real is knowing for sure. The Stratasys J735 and J750 3D Printers lends form and substance to your brightest ideas and boldest ambitions with lifelike colors and materials that make uncertainty obsolete.
6 MATERIAL CHANNELS ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES
The world’s only full color, multi-material, high resolution 3D printer! 3rd generation multi-material technology. Also the “Best Gets Better” – PolyJet Studio with :
- New Technology
- New Capabilities
- New Workflow
- New UX
The Stratasys J735™ and J750™ 3D Printers allow users to print models with full color, including gradients and textures. The placement of colors using PolyJet Studio™ software is different than with its predecessor, Objet Studio™, and the preparation and saving of those files uses different methods. This best practices document provides instructions for color selection with the Stratasys J735/J750 and PolyJet Studio and includes procedures for models designed with SOLIDWORKS, Adobe Photoshop and Rhinoceros software.
J735 Printed Parts
The Stratasys J735™ and J750™ 3D Printer delivers unrivaled aesthetic performance including true, full-color capability with texture mapping and color gradients.
Create prototypes that look, feel and operate like finished products, without the need for painting or assembly, thanks to the Stratasys J735 and J750’s wide range of material properties. With an astounding 360,000+ color combinations to choose from and multi-material capability, the Stratasys J735 and J750 allows you to bring even your most imaginative ideas to life.
Take advantage of unparalleled 3D printing versatility. Channel a range of applications that previously required multiple systems to achieve all in one package with a vast array of colors and material properties, from rigid to flexible and opaque to transparent, and the ability to print many diverse materials in one job or part. Print parts that feature Digital ABS alongside a variety of flexible Shore A values and/or translucencies. With the fastest PolyJet multi-material 3D printer, you won’t sacrifice time for part intricacy and complexity.
Streamline your workflow starting with PolyJet Studio™. This new software offers an intuitive interface that makes it easy to choose materials, optimize the build and manage print queues. It also significantly improves shell-based color assignment for STL and shell-based VRML files; an intuitive user interface; and ability to add color textures and gradients, saving you time during build preparation. Next-generation print heads offer increased speed and print quality. The large, six-material capacity of the Stratasys J735 and J750 means you can load your most used resins and avoid downtime associated with material
changeovers. Print simulated production plastics, like Digital ABS™, in half the time or with twice the resolution.
With high efficiency and low cost per part, you’ll realize ROI in no time with the Stratasys J735 and J750. No matter what industry or application, the Stratasys J735 and J750 can take on any 3D printing need and adapt for your changing requirements.
The versatility of the Stratasys J735 and J750 stems from its high material capacity. By blending up to six materials in specific concentrations and microstructures, right on the build tray, it yields hundreds of thousands of colors, translucencies and durometers.
Full color gamut: Blending Rigid Opaque materials, you can 3D print in over 360,000 colors for unmatched realism.
Flexibility: Add Rubber-like materials for a range of bright and subtle colors, opacities and elastomer characteristics.
Translucency: Incorporate transparent materials to vary tint and opacity.
Strength and durability: Simulate standard ABS plastic to produce durable tools and prototypes that are tough and heat resistant. Combine with Rubber-like material for outstanding durability and a range of Shore A values.
- Vero family of opaque materials including neutral shades and vibrant colors
- Tango family of flexible materials
- Transparent VeroClear and RGD720
Unlimited number of composite materials including:
- Over 360,000 colors
- Digital ABS and Digital ABS2 in ivory and green
- Rubber-like materials in a variety of Shore A values
- Translucent color tints
SUP705 (WaterJet removable)
Stratasys J735 and J750: 350 x 350 x 200 mm (13.8 x 13.8 x 7.9 in.)
Stratasys J750: 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.)
Windows 7 and 8.1 64 bit
LAN – TCP/IP
System size and Weight
- 3D Printer: 1400 x 1260 x 1100 mm (55.1 x 49.6 x 43.4 in.); 430 kg (948 lbs.)
- Material Cabinet: 670 x 1,170 x 640 mm (26.4 x 46.1 x 25.2 in.); 152 kg (335 lbs.)
Temperature 18-25 °C (64-77 °F); relative humidity 30-70% (non-condensing)
100–120 VAC, 50–60 Hz, 13.5 A, 1 phase
220–240 VAC, 50–60 Hz, 7 A, 1 phase
CE, FCC, EAC
PolyJet Studio 3D Printing Software
- High Speed: up to 3 base resins, 27-micron (0.001 in.) resolution
- High Quality: up to 6 base resins, 14-micron (0.00055 in.) resolution
- High Mix: up to 6 base resins, 27-micron (0.001 in.) resolution
20-85 microns for features below 50 mm; up to 200 microns for full model size (for rigid materials only)
X-axis: 600 dpi Y-axis: 600 dpi Z-axis: 1800 dpi
PolyJet Studio Software
Streamline your workflow starting with PolyJet Studio. This new software offers an intuitive interface that makes it easy to choose materials, optimize the build and manage print queues. It also significantly improves shell-based color assignment for STL and shell-based VRML files; an intuitive user interface; and ability to add color textures and gradients, saving you time during build preparation.
Synergy’s clients make confident decisions with the Stratasys J750 3D printer. Download this case study on how Synergy uses the Stratasys J750 3D printer to make ultra-realistic prototypes.
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Materials are critical to prototyping and production success. At the heart of any great application is the right material: one that performs as needed under the application’s conditions. This is just as true for 3D printing as it has always been for molding, machining and casting.