Stratasys reveals two new PolyJet 3D Printers – J35 Pro and J55 Prime

J35 Pro (left), J55 Prime (right)
J35 Pro (left), J55 Prime (right)

The world’s leader in additive manufacturing solutions, Stratasys, has today launched two new PolyJet 3D printers – J35 Pro which is the first desktop multi-material 3D printer and the J55 Prime, which is the upgraded version of its predecessor J55 with even more value at the same affordable price.

The new printer launches come at a time where Stratasys hopes to cater to the requirements of engineers and designers to bring new and better products to market faster and more efficiently.

Affordable Desktop PolyJet 3D Printer 

The versatile J35 Pro 3D printer is an all-in-one, multi-material desktop 3D printer that is ideal for the engineering and design office setting. Print everything from concept modeling to high-fidelity, realistic, fully functioning models in full grayscale.

We find that we spend a great deal of time creating and testing models. If a customer had changes or if it didn’t work as expected, we would have to go through the process over again.

By bringing the J35 Pro into our office, we can now create the models and prototypes in-house in a day.Yaniv Adir, Project Manager for manufacturing firm Taga Innovations

360° camera printed with the J35 Pro

Shipping for the J35 Pro will begin in September, while orders can be placed now.

J55 Prime with more value at the same affordable price

Building on its predecessor, the J55 that was introduced a year ago, the new J55 Prime is back with new materials that enable tactile, textual, and sensory capabilities. 

The new materials include:

  • Elastico Clear and Black for flexible and soft rubber-like models
  • Digital ABS Ivory for high-impact molds, jigs, and fixtures
  • VeroContactClear for translucent, body-contacting medical devices and wearables.

The system also works with the opaque VeroUltra range for precise 2D graphics and texts.

Shipping for the J55 Prime will begin in July, while orders can be placed now.

Extending more options for engineers and designers

We’re in the business of helping designers and engineers translate whatever they can imagine into reality.

Through the versatility of multi-material PolyJet 3D printing, our customers can create models and packaging prototypes not only quickly and efficiently, but with remarkable realism that stands out against other 3D printing technology.Shamir Shoham, vice president of design for Stratasys

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