Stratasys J750 and J735

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3D printing is constantly evolving – and now, we’ve reached a point where full-color printing is more than just a possibility. It’s a reality – thanks to the new Stratasys J750 and J735 3D printers. Grab hold of the full spectrum of color and bring printing to life like never before.

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Delivering Class-Leading Realism for an Idealistic World

Imagine prototypes that are so realistic, they cross the line between a rough beginning and a production-ready product. With the J750 and the J735, you can harness the raw power of full, photorealistic color using the industry’s widest range of materials to create prototypes that seem to come alive.

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Using the industry-standard PolyJet technology, the J750 and the J735 can print in over 360,000 colors. But it goes further than that; you can create a wealth of texture, gradients, and transparencies that allow you to completely customize your prototype – and breathe life into your creation.

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Pioneering the Future with Hyper-Efficiency

Create never-before-seen benefits for your business with the J750/J735’s class-leading breakthrough efficiency in workflow. Allow multiple designers to work on the 3D printer at the same time. Save time and money with fewer materials. Slash lead time and cost per part. And see what you’ll create before you commit with innovative software.

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Video: Stratasys J750 3D Printer Introduces One-Stop Realism with Full Colors and Multiple Materials

 Stratasys J750 and J735 Product Specifications

Experience the difference of full-color, multi-material 3D printing with the Stratasys J750 and the J735.

System Size and Weight

1400 x 1260 x 1100 mm (55.1 x 49.6 x 43.4 in.); 430 kg (948 lbs.)

Build Size

Stratasys J735: 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.)

Layer Thickness

Horizontal build layers down to 14 microns (0.00055 in.)

Accuracy

Up to 200 microns for full model size (for rigid materials only, depending on geometry, build parameters and model orientation)

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