Stratasys’ new J55 3D Printer has taken desktop PolyJet 3D printing leaps and bounds from where it once stood.
With a rotating build tray and multi-material capabilities, the J55 will give you faster 3D prints with hyper-realistic textures and Pantone certified color. Imagine multiple full color prototypes done overnight that feel exactly like your product. Let’s take a deeper look into how this is accomplished.
Most improvements we’ve seen for 3D printing regarding speed are minor tweaks with minor enhancements. Rarely do we see the entire printer change as we have with the J55.
PolyJet 3D printing is a 2-part process. The print head takes turns jetting material onto a build tray and then curing it with UV lighting. As with most types of 3D printing, the print head moves around and the build area remains stationary, until now. The J55 combines a static print head with a rotating build tray for fast, high quality 3D prints.
Created for Any Workspace
Putting a J55 in your workplace isn’t much different than an industrial 2D printer (only cooler).
Size: At approximately 2 feet wide by 5 feet tall it takes little space in any professional setting.
Noise: Operating at under 53 decibels, it makes about as much noise as your common refrigerator.
Smell: A ProAero Air Extractor effectively captures and filters out fumes for a safe and odor free operation.
The Stratasys J55 is truly a revolution in 3D printing. Click here for more information
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