For establishments that need to train surgeons and test new medical devices, this new machine is ideal. The Stratasys J750™ Digital Anatomy™ Printer produces incredibly realistic representations that can be used as both visual and functional models. Using new base materials that have been exclusively produced for this printer, you can create models that look and feel like human tissue. The Stratasys J750™ Digital Anatomy™ Printer can be used to help verify medical devices faster, helping your hospital to benefit from new technologies earlier. This machine can reduce your overall cost by up to 70% compared to fabricated simulators, animal studies and using cadavers.
There is no need for you to know the combination of materials you need to use to achieve a particular look and feel – the Digital Anatomy Software does this for you. Simply chose the anatomy you are recreating, along with the properties you want it to have, and the software takes care of the rest. In addition, with an annual license, the software receives new anatomical applications and updates to existing ones as they are developed.
Three new materials make it possible to achieve a high level of realism. BoneMatrix is a strong, flexible material that retains its shape to simulate bone and connective tissue. TissueMatrix creates the look and feel of heart tissue and is the softest translucent material you can buy. GelMatrix is a gel-like support material that is easily removed from models of blood vessels with a wall thickness of just 1mm.
490 x 390 x 200 mm
1400 x 1260 x 1100 mm, 430 kg
MATERIAL CABINET SIZE AND WEIGHT
670 x 1170 x 640 mm, 152 kg
Horizontal build layers down to 14 microns
Windows 7 and 8.1
LAN - TCP/IP
GrabCAD Print Digital Anatomy, including the optional add-on GrabCAD Voxel Print
Vero family of opaque materials including neutral shades and vibrant VeroVivid colors
Unlimited number of composite materials
Over 500,000 colors
Ultra-soft rubber-like material with a Shore 00 value
Translucent color tints
User-developed digital materials with GrabCAD Voxel Print