Building five times as many design iterations as traditional methods, the Stratasys J826 Prime has been designed for designers. The system is aimed at businesses with mid-volume modelling requirements across sectors such as consumer goods and electronics, automotive and educational establishments. With a small footprint and a lower entry-cost than other J8-series machines, the Stratasys J826 Prime enables multi-material 3D printing. Combined with full Pantone colour 3D printing, it produces highly realistic prototypes faster and more simply than ever.
The J826 Prime printer lets users try out materials and colours earlier on in the design process, making it easy to communicate the look and feel of a future product with the entire design and production team. Any problems with the design can be identified and fixed early in the workflow. Using the Transparent VeroClear material in the J826, users can model the internal workings of the new product as well as the outer view to keep the design on track.
The J826 Prime uses GrabCAD Print software, which lets users print directly from their favourite CAD formats, avoiding time usually spent converting and fixing STL files. Matching Pantone colours is a single step in the software, eliminating time-consuming painting and trial and error colour matching. The J826 Prime offers a full end-to-end solution for mid-sized companies. At the start of the process, initial prototypes can be created in the cost-effective draft-grey material which also enables a faster build-time. As the design becomes more refined, the J826 Prime can produce realistic, high quality prototypes.
255 x 252 x 200 mm
820 x 1310 x 665 mm; 234 kg
Typically, under 100 mm – ±100μ; above100 mm – ±200μ.
Horizontal build layers down to 14 microns (55 microns in Super High Speed mode)
LAN - TCP/IP
Unlimited number of composite materials including over 500,000 colours
Rubber-like materials in a variety of Shore A values
Translucent colour tints