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Stratasys J35 Pro puts Polyjet on the desktop

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With the J35 Pro, Stratasys continues to add to its updated Polyjet 3D Printer line-up, putting high detail, multi-material capability into the hands of designers.

The new J35 3D printer can incorporate up to three materials, which can be printed as single material parts or combined on the same model part, on the same tray – with useful applications including over-moulding, filling simulation and printing in full greyscale.

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The J35 Pro is capable of multimaterial 3D printing, or more simpler high detail greyscale form models

Essentially a smaller version of Stratasys’ successful J55 3D printer, the J35 eschews the full colour printing ability in favour of a lower price point – under $50k – while maintaining a lot of the popular features of its larger sibling, including the rotating build platform.

The J35 Pro also offers a simple design-to-print workflow powered by GrabCAD Print, allowing users to import their designs using native CAD files or 3MF file formats.

“We’re in the business of helping designers and engineers translate whatever they can imagine into reality,” said Stratasys VP design Shamir Shoham.

“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.”

With the J35 Pro, users have the option to combine a variety of materials, including Vero UltraClear, that can be printed simultaneously, and producing ‘digital materials’ to produce different shore hardness, flexibility or rigidity.

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The J35 Pro is available for orders and is expected to begin shipping in September.