Stratasys introduces all-in-one J5 MediJet medical 3D printer

Stratasys has announced the release of a new all-in-one medical 3D printer – the J5 MediJet which promises better planning, education, and testing for healthcare providers and medical device companies.

With multiple materials, multi-color capabilities, and lower up-front cost in a compact footprint, create brilliantly vivid anatomical models, and drilling and cutting guides* that are sterilizable and biocompatible.

Modeled after the Stratasys J5 Series 3D printers, the Stratasys J5 MediJet is designed to maximize reliability and simplify maintenance. It also supports DraftWhite™ material for affordable single-material applications which makes the cost per part 30% lower compared to outsourcing, along with a full array of new flexible, rigid color, and transparent materials.

The MediJet’s large tray accommodates multiple medical models in a single print, requiring significantly less handling and with a 30% faster print time than comparable printing solutions.

For hospitals, we’re enabling access to models and guides with a medical-specific 3D printer that is office-friendly and affordable while ensuring sterilization is easy so you can bring models right into the operating room with you.Osnat Philipp, Stratasys’ Healthcare Vice President

All on a certified system, the J5 MediJet is 510K has been cleared by the Food & Drug Administration for clinical diagnostic use with leading segmentation software companies.

It is biocompatibility certified for limited contact to tissue and bone, and permanent contact to intact skin (ISO 10993), and for breathing gas pathways in healthcare applications (ISO 18562).

MediJet models can also be sterilized using Steam, Gamma, and EtO methods specific to the print material.

We believe the J5 MediJet printer can help medical device companies bring new innovations to market faster by providing models for benchmark testing of medical devices and for product demonstrations with models showing the actual pathologies the devices are meant to treat.Osnat Philipp, Stratasys’ Healthcare Vice President

The J5 MediJet is available now for shipping.

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