Stratasys J750 DIGITAL ANATOMY PRINTER

Ultra-Realistic Anatomical Simulation 3D Printing

REALISTIC ANATOMY

The relevance of 3D printing to the medical industry is fundamentally changing with the arrival of the Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy Printer. Stratasys’ mission for the J750 DAP is to replicate the biomechanical properties of cardiac, vasculature, and bone in addition to general anatomies such as tumors, fibrotic tissue, soft or elastic organs, and more. With a shift away from printing “parts” to instead printing “anatomies,” the J750 DAP offers something medical professionals worldwide have dreamed of: on-demand, ultra-realistic anatomical simulation models.

These models give us the best opportunity to re-create human physiologic conditions on a structural basis to simulate clinical situations and study new devices to establish their effectiveness before introducing them into patients.

- Adnan Siddiqui, MD, PhD – Chief Medical Officer
Quote from Neurosurgery department on Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy Printer

Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer

What Can the J750 Digital Anatomy Printer Do?

 

The Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy 3D printer trains healthcare providers with simulated real world anatomy models Test & Validate

Product engineers can now easily and quickly develop, test, and validate new medical devices.

 

The Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy 3D printer trains the healthcare providers with simulated real world anatomy models

Training 

Clinical educators can train the next generation of healthcare providers.


validate results from J750 digital anatomy printers with experiments
Experiment

Validation engineers can source test subjects and conduct critical experiments.

Learn how surgeons are practicing critical procedures with 3D printed anatomy
Preparation

Surgeons can prepare, practice, and perfect their skills in any clinical condition.

 

  Learn how to reduce costs by up to 70% with the Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy Printer
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When compared to synthetic and biological models (e.g., cadavers and animals)

Because the J750 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer allows you to produce anatomies that feel and behave like the real thing, it reduces the necessity for the use of synthetic models, animals, and cadaver labs, allowing you to test and train anywhere. That means a reduction in training and procurement costs. It also means improved ethical practice, because it eliminates the need to test surgical procedures and devices on animal subjects.

 

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Heart Valve printed on the Stratasys J750 DAP

COMPLEXITY

Bone and tissue are exceptionally intricate in their makeup – their multi-material, variable density, regional internal structures heavily influence their mechanical properties. An ultra-realistic model will need to replicate the interior structures of the anatomy – treat femurs differently than skulls – and the J750 DAP does that.

Replicate complex bone and tissue pathology with the Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy Printer

The Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy Printer can produce On-demand medical models for testing and research

On-DEMAND MODELS

Print the exact organ, of the right age and/or pathology, that you need for your research or experiment. Do it today, in the comfort of your lab, and be ready to move forward tomorrow. Enjoy unparalleled productivity and efficiency in your engineering and educational endeavors.

Voxel Printing

The hardware is important – the ability to print six materials simultaneously (and  water-soluble support) is a pre-requisite to creating hyper-realistic anatomical models. But an easy-to-use software, with drop-down menus for 100+ anatomical presets, is what empowers the everyday user to take advantage of the J750 DAP. Complex internal structures and regions are built at the voxel level automatically by GrabCAD Print. Only a few clicks are required to print calcified blood vessels or cardiac blood clots – no medical experience necessary.

Simultaneously 3D print 6 different materials for medical models on the Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy Printer

Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer Matrix Materials

Matrix Materials

New materials, developed specifically to match anatomical requirements, help make this solution reality. TissueMatrix, BoneMatrix, and GelMatrix are combined during the print process in the same way a desktop printer combines CYMK ink to achieve hundreds of thousands of colors (which, by the way, the J750 can also do!). Think of it this way: instead of loading CMYK inks you are loading flesh, fat. bone, connective tissue, skin and the printer is outputting ultra-realistic anatomical models.

New GelMatrix Resin for thin wall thickness to replicate blood vessels

GelMatrix™ resin

Gel-like support material for easy removal from blood vessels. Inner diameter as small as 1 mm and wall thickness as low as 1.5 mm.

The new TissueMatrix resin material available with the Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy Printer

TissueMatrix™ resin

The softest translucent material commercially available. Ideal for replicating the look and feel of heart tissue.

New Bonematrix Resin for thin wall thickness to replicate blood vessels

Learn How the Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy printer is replicating bone density in 3d printed models BoneMatrix™ resin

A strong, yet flexible, material with memory to maintain its shape.

Full PolyJet Range for thin wall thickness to replicate blood vessels

Full POLYJET Range

The J750 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer comes with our full PolyJet range, helping you achieve a level of realism never seen before

STRATASYS J750 DIGITAL ANATOMY POLYJET MATERIALS

 

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

 

3D printing helped me take somebody from being inoperable to operable, and we saved her life.

- Raymond P. Burke, M.D. - Cardiovascular Surgery

Model Materials
  • Vero™ family of opaque materials including neutral shades and vibrant VeroVivid™ colors
  • VeroFlex™ and VeroFlexVivid™ families of strong but slightly flexible materials
  • Tango™ and Agilus30™ families of flexible materials
  • Transparent UltraVeroClear™ and RGD720
Digital Model Materials
Unlimited number of composite materials including:
  • Over 500,000 colors
  • Digital ABS Plus and Digital ABS2 Plus™ in ivory and green
  • Rubber-like materials in a variety of Shore A values
  • Translucent color tints
  • User-developed digital materials with GrabCAD Voxel Print™
Support Materials
SUP705™ (WaterJet removable)
SUP706B™ (soluble)
Build Size
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.)
Workstation Compatibility
Windows 10 
Network Connectivity
LAN - TCP/IP
System Size and Weight
System: 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.)
Operating Conditions
Temperature 18 – 25 °C (64 – 77 °F); relative humidity 30-70% (non-condensing)
Power Requirements
100–120 VAC, 50–60 Hz, 13.5 A, 1 phase
220–240 VAC, 50–60 Hz, 7 A, 1 phase
Regulatory Compliance
CE, FCC, EAC
Software
GrabCAD Print, including the optional add-on GrabCAD Voxel Print
Build Modes
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
High Speed: up to 3 base resins, 27-micron (0.001 in.) resolution
Accuracy
Up to 200 microns for full model size (for rigid materials only, depending on geometry, build parameters and model orientation)

Software

GrabCAD Voxel

Unleash the power of the voxel. In combination with PolyJet Studio and GrabCAD Print, now experience GrabCAD Voxel Print for limitless color and material capabilities at the voxel level.

  • PolyJet Studio’s intuitive interface makes it easy to choose materials and optimize the build and print queues.
  • GrabCAD Print software makes 3D printing on Stratasys 3D Printers easy, accessible, and connected. The software’s efficient workflow streamlines job management in shared office and model shop environments.
  • GrabCAD Voxel Print delivers unprecedented user control over color and material placement.

Frequently Asked Questions

The J750 DAP shares the same hardware as a standard J750 with the Advanced Performance Upgrade. The DAP can be configured and used as a standard J750, and an existing J750 can be upgraded to become a Digital Anatomy Printer.

Source files can be obtained from imaging data (X-ray, CT, MRI, EKG, etc) or engineered models. Imaging files, such as DICOM, may require some segmentation before loading into the GrabCAD Print software. Once the outside shape is loaded into GrabCAD Print, the operators control the inside structure through a series of drop-down menus. Simple!
Great question – you may be in the vascular field if you are concerned about clearing long, winding, narrow passages of support material. Stratasys developed GelMatrix material and the new Blood Vessel Cleaning Station to make this process possible. The cleaning station is sized to handle 2 full size TAVR/Neuro models at a time and provides an unattended cleaning experience.

The mission to recreate anatomy could be viewed as daunting – there are countless combinations of variables. But the implications of such an ability are an enormous good for the medical industry and Stratasys is committed to accomplishing that goal. Extensive R&D and industry partnerships will bring new materials, new anatomies, and new pathologies to the J750 DAP platform for years to come.

Yes! You can visit stratasys.com/recycle and fill out a free shipping label to return empty canisters back to Stratasys. They require you have at least four empty canisters to ship back.

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