Hot on the heels of announcing their mid-volume J826, Stratasys has announced they've got another new 3D printer coming out: The J55, a five-material machine with a compact footprint and "office-friendly" features like a quiet motor and smell-free operation thanks to an air extractor.
The company is billing the J55 as "an affordable option for maximum designer output," costing "about a third of the price of enterprise-class PolyJet™ printers."
"Not only does the J55 fit the budget of virtually any product design team, but the quality of the parts you can 3D print are best in class. It's so simple that anyone can set it up and use it, and it's so quiet you'll forget it's running."
Here's what the machine can do:
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If you're interested in learning more, Stratasys is holding a real-time live broadcast to show the machine off on May 13th. You can sign up here.
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That buildplate/volume is a pretty strange solution, and interesting to wrap your head around. I'm looking forward to the first timelapse build video!