J750 DAP
J750 DAP

Digital Anatomy ™ 3D Printer - Cutting-edge realism


Ultra-Realistic Anatomical Simulation and Biomechanical Realism

Create the anatomy you need with the J750 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer from Stratasys.  Synthetic models, animal, and cadaver can’t always accurately represent targeted pathology.  J750 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer comes with three unique digital materials and anatomical presets that provide ultra-realistic anatomical simulation and biomechanical realism - resulting in models that feels and behaves like the real thing.

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  • PRODUCT DETAILS
    • Three distinct materials unique to this printer to create patient-specific models:
      • TissueMatrix™ (softest material in the industry to recreate the feel of heart tissue)
      • BoneMatrix™ (high toughness to replicate bone and connective tissue)
      • GelMatrix™ (Gel Support for easy, unattended cleaning of blood vessels down to 1mm diameter)
    • Minimized costly supply, storage and disposal requirements of other synthetic & biological model materials
    • Creates specific morphologies on demand
    • Test and train anywhere
  • SPECIFICATIONS

    Material Package
    Dual material bays for hot swap

    Build Size
    19.3 x 15.35 x 7.9 in. (490 x 390 x 200 mm)

    Speed/Slice Height Options
    High Speed: up to 3 base resins,
    27-micron (0.001 in.) resolution

    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

    System Size and Weight
    31400 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.)

    Software
    GrabCAD Print Digital Anatomy Software,
    including the optional add-on GrabCAD Voxel Print

    Operating Environment
    Temperature: 18 – 25 °C (64 – 77 °F);
    relative humidity 30-70% (non-condensing)

    Power Requirements
    100 – 132V/15A or 200 – 240V/7A. 50/60 Hz

  • VIDEOS
  • RESOURCES
    Quick Reference Guide