The J826 3D printer is designed to generate highly realistic 3D-printed models in multiple colors and materials within a single day's time, with minimal postprocessing. The 3D printer's maximum build volume size is 10 x 9.9 x 7.9 inches.
The J826 3D printer. Image courtesy of Stratasys.
At half the price tag of the company's other multicolor 3D printers, J826 makes in-house production of 3D-printed anatomical models and medical instruments much more viable for healthcare and educational institutions, Stratasys said.
The 3D printer is scheduled for commercial release in May 2020.
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