Stratasys PolyJet 3D Printers

Realistic Prototypes, Medical Models, Full-Color Pantone

 

Broad Versatility with Extraordinary Realism

PolyJet 3D Printers empower professional designers, engineers, educators, and healthcare professionals to create and problem-solve with precision, speed, and realism. The power lies within the PolyJet technology's curable liquid photopolymers, capable of producing very high-resolution layers for smooth surfaces that can possess intricate details and vivid colors. The versatility of PolyJet technology is based on a wide range of available material properties and a suite of 3D printers to suit varied budgets and applications. No matter the industry, PolyJet technology provides the power to solve problems and create opportunities.

Medical simulation hematoma model 3D Printed with Stratasys PolyJet 3D Printing technology

Medical Simulation

Stratasys PolyJet technology allows full-color, flexible 3D printed materials that enable lifelike anatomical models for physician training and pre-surgical planning that lower operating room costs and improve patient outcomes.

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Over-Molding

Product designers & developers can simulate the over-molding process in manufacturing with realistic multi-material prototypes and models that exhibit full-color elements, labels, and true-to-life textures in one operation.

Stratasys PolyJet 3D Printed Dental Implant with Fine Features

Fine Features

Achieve fine features and details with Stratasys PolyJet Technology.  Industries such as stop motion animation studios and dental labs can produce exquisite detail for models, prototypes, and end use parts.

3D Printers for Any Application

PolyJet 3D Printers are scaled to meet diverse needs in capability and production capacity. The printers fall within two groups: single-material printers that jet one material (base resin) at a time and multi-material printers with the capacity to jet several base resins simultaneously.

Single Material Agilus30 on Stratasys PolyJet 3D Printers

Single Material

Single-material printers start with affordable desktop models, featuring PolyJet technology’s fine resolution and smooth surface finish. Depending on the specific system, these printers employ a single base resin or several base resins, with a choice of either rigid or flexible characteristics. All single-material printers use SUP705 support material, removable with a WaterJet. Several models are also compatible with SUP706B soluble support for hands-free, labor-saving support removal.

ear bud prototypes 3D printed on Stratasys Polyjet 3D printers with multi materials and full pantone color

Multi-Material

Multi-material printers offer the most in PolyJet versatility, performance, and productivity by exploiting the benefits of multi-jetting technology. Multi-material systems enable the client to build a part, or tray of parts, with a combination of single, multiple, or digital materials (mixing two bases to aceive a desired color or mechanical property). selections in a model (or mixed tray of models) at one time. This ability allows the user to drastically increase their production efficiency. Large-capacity needs are easily handled by the Objet1000 Plus™ , boasting the largest build volume of any PolyJet 3D Printer.

At the top of the versatility and performance spectrum are the  Stratasys J8 Series 3D Printers™ , equipped with over 500,000 colors, texture-mapping and the full complement of rigid and flexible materials. These printers provide the capability to produce everything from visually stunning, ultra-real prototypes to tools featuring soft-touch parts, to visually and tactilely realistic medical models.

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Stratasys Objet30 Pro PolyJet 3D Printer

OBJET30 PRO

Build Envelope:
11.57″ x 7.55″ x 5.85″

Features:
Single Material Printing

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OBJET30 PRO 

Desktop 3D Printing at an Outstanding Value

Stratasys Objet30 Prime PolyJet 3D Printer

OBJET30 PRIME

Build Envelope:
11.57″ x 7.55″ x 5.85″

Features:
Single Material Printing

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OBJET30 PRIME

Rubber-Like Material Printing Capability

Stratasys Objet260 Connex1 PolyJet 3D Printer

OBJET260 CONNEX1

Build Envelope:
10″ x 9.9″ x 7.9″

Features:
Three Material Printing

(non-mixing)

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OBJET260 CONNEX1

Build Precise Prototypes in Three Materials

Stratasys Objet500 Connex1 PolyJet 3D Printer

OBJET500 CONNEX1

Build Envelope:
19.3″ x 15.4″ x 7.9″

Features:
Three Material Printing

(non-mixing)

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OBJET500 CONNEX1

Larger Production Build Envelope

Stratasys Objet260 Connex3 PolyJet 3D Printer

OBJET260 CONNEX3

Build Envelope:
10″ x 9.9″ x 7.9″

Features:
Three Material Printing

(digital-mixing)

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OBJET260 CONNEX3

Multi-Material and Colored Components

Stratasys Objet350 Connex3 PolyJet 3D Printer

OBJET350 CONNEX3

Build Envelope:
13.4″ x 13.4″ x 7.9″

Features:
Three Material Printing

(digital-mixing)

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OBJET30 CONNEX3

25% Wider Build Envelope than Objet260

Stratasys Objet500 Connex3 3D Printer

OBJET500 CONNEX3

Build Envelope:
19.3″ x 15.4″ x 7.9″

Features:
Three Material Printing

(digital-mixing)

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OBJET500 CONNEX3

Almost 50% Wider than Objet260

Stratasys Objet1000 Plus PolyJet 3D Printer

OBJET1000 PLUS

Build Envelope:
39.3″ x 31.4″ x 19.6″

Features:
Two Material Printing

(up to 135 kg per tray)

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OBJET1000 PLUS 

Build Industrial-Scale Parts and Mixed Trays

Stratasys J55 PolyJet 3D Printer

STRATASYS J55

Build Envelope:
5.5" x 7.9" x 7.5"
(Area of 1,174cm2)

Features:
Four Material Printing

(Digital Mixing and Pantone Validated)

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STRATASYS J55 

Perfect for Industrial and Mechanical Design

Stratasys J826 PolyJet 3D Printer

STRATASYS J826

Build Envelope:
10″ x 9.9″ x 7.9″

Features:
Seven Material Printing

(Digital Mixing and Pantone Validated)

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STRATASYS J826 

Economical Full Color 3D Printing

Stratasys J835 PolyJet 3D Printer

STRATASYS J835

Build Envelope:
13.8″ x 13.8″ x 7.9″

Features:
Seven Material Printing

(Digital Mixing and Pantone Validated)

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STRATASYS J835

Full Color Multi-Material Parts in a Single Print

Stratasys J850 PolyJet 3D Printer

STRATASYS J850

Build Envelope:
19.3″ x 15.4″ x 7.9″

Features:
Seven Material Printing

(Digital Mixing and Pantone Validated)

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STRATASYS J850

30% Wider Build Tray than the J835

Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy PolyJet 3D Printer

STRATASYS J750 DIGITAL ANATOMY PRINTER

Build Envelope:
19.3″ x 15.4″ x 7.9″

Features:
Six Material Printing

(Including Anatomy Specific Materials)

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STRATASYS J750 DIGITAL ANATOMY

Ultra-Realistic Anatomical Simulation 3D Printing

 

Vero

Realistic & vibrant colors

– Multi-purpose, multi-color family of materials | CMYKBWV
– Good stiffness and strength
– Blend together or with other materials to change properties
      • Hardness | flexibility | translucency | heat resistance
– Wash-away or soluble support available

 

Potential applications:

– Visually realistic prototypes
– Fit, form, and function prototypes
– Surgical models
– Jigs, fixtures, & tooling

 

VeroClear / VeroUltraClear

Simulated acrylic

– Transparent material similar to Polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA)
– Used to Simulate Transparent Products
– Blend together or with other materials to change properties
• Hardness | Opacities | Hues

 

Potential applications:

– Simulated clear and transparent parts
– Fit and form prototypes
– See-through parts & visual aids

 

VEROFLEX

A versatile vero

– Vero material with added flexibility and toughness
– Full part realism
– Available in multiple flavors
• CMYKWB | Clear | Vivid CMY

 

Potential applications:

– Eyewear prototypes
– Fit, form, function prototypes
– Aesthetic models

 

TANGO

Simulated Rubber

– Flexible, rubber-like material
– Test and verify visual, tactile, and functional applications
– Offers shock absorption & vibration dampening
– Blend with other materials to change properties
• Hardness | Elongation | Tear resistance

 

Potential applications:

– Soft touch coatings
– Non-slip surfaces
– Grips | Pulls | handles | buttons
– Footwear prototypes

 

 

Agilus30

Simulated Rubber

– Flexible, rubber-like material
– Ideal for advanced design verification
– Superior durability, tear resistance, and shape memory
– Improved fatigue resistance for repeated bending & flexing
– Blend with other materials to change properties
• Hardness | Elongation | Tear resistance

 

Potential applications:

– Soft touch coatings
– Living hinges
– Jigs & fixtures
– Wearables

 

 

Digital ABS Plus

Simulated ABS

– Most mechanically robust Polyjet material
– Combines temperature resistance with toughness
– Good impact strength
– 2 material blend

 

Potential applications:

– Design verification
– Functional testing
– Jigs & fixtures
– Manufacturing tooling

 

 

Durus

Simulated Polypropylene

– Developed to simulate common consumer thermoplastic
– Improved resilience and elongation while remaining rigid
– Good for parts with delicate features and small cavities
• Hardness | Flexibility | Translucency | Heat resistance
– Wash-away or soluble support available

 

Potential applications:

– Fit, form, function prototypes
– Snap-fit features
– Living hinges

 

 

Rigur

Simulated Polypropylene

– Advanced simulated polypropylene material
– Improved durability, toughness, and fatigue resistance
– Excellent option for blending with other materials
– Bright white color ideal for some aesthetic applications

 

Potential applications:

– Fit, form, and function prototypes
– Snap-fit features
– Living hinges
– Reusable containers & packaging

 

 

High Temperature

For when it’s HOT

– Rigid, opaque material with elevated heat resistance
– Ideal for static parts or thermal testing parts
– Good strength and stiffness
– Pair with PolyJet rubber-like materials for added function

 

Potential applications:

– Fit, form, and function prototypes
– Hot air flow
– Hot water flow
– Parts near hot lights or other heat source

 

 

Biocompatible

Medically Approved

– Transparent, biocompatible materials approved for bodily contact
– Designed for medical and dental applications
– Approved for limited skin contact and mucosal contact
• < 30 days | up to 24 hours
– Evaluated and deemed acceptable for other biological risks
• Cytotoxicity | Irritation | Delayed-Type Hypersensitivity | Genotoxicity | Chemical characterization | USP Plastic Class VI
– Biocompatible family contains 3 materials
• Med610 | Med625FLX | VeroGlaze Med620

 

 

Dental Materials

Surgical Guides / Implant Models / Gingival Masks

Stratasys dental materials are ideal for accurate detail visualization and precise, functional models. With PolyJet materials, dental labs can readily access flexible materials for multiple applications simultaneously,

 

Material Options:

– Biocompatible MED625FLX
– Biocompatible MED610
– Biocompatible VeroGlaze MED620
– VeroDent MED670
– VeroDentPlus MED690

 

 

FDM

Design an idea, and test it the same day. Industries can cut lead times and costs, products turn out better, and get to market faster.  Learn More >    FDM 3D Printers

SLA

The open-system Stratasys V650 Flex 3D Printer uses Stereolithography (SL) technology to deliver dependable, scalable fabrication at unprecedented speeds.  
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