J826, J835, J850 & FabriX Kit
The Stratasys J8 Series 3D printers allow you to streamline and economize the process of producing models from different materials on the same build tray, in the same print job. With the J8 Series 3D printers you can designate colors for parts of a model at the design stage (with CAD software) and save the model as a VRML file, and have the model print with the desired colors.
The J8 Series Printers are compatible with Stratasys' PolyJet Research Package, an advanced software enabling users to increase their levels of creativity and innovation by offering unprecedented control and advanced features. Click to reach more information about the PolyJet Research Package.
The Stratasys J826 Prime 3D printer has a build area of 255 x 252 x 200 mm (10.0 x 9.9 x 7.8 in). The Stratasys J835 3D printer has a build area of 350 x 350 x 200 mm (13.8 x 13.8 x 7.8 in). The Stratasys J850 Pro/Prime 3D printer has a build area of 490 x 390 x 200 mm (19.3 x 15.35 x 7.9 in).
FabriX™ Innovation Kit: Experiment with Stratasys FabriX™ Innovation Kit and extend your 3D printing capabilities with an advanced set of tools.
FabriX™ Innovation Kit is supported by the J850 Prime Printer.
- 100–120 VAC, 50–60 Hz, 13.5 A, 1 phase
220–240 VAC, 50–60 Hz, 7 A, 1 phase
AC Power Requirements
- Required prior to printer installation.
- Confirm at http://[printer IP address]:80.
- Static IP address.
GrabCAD Print Features Overview - 3DFashion Technology
Head Replacement - J7 and J8 Series
Featured Case Studies
Italdesign - EN PolyJet Case Study
Founded in 1968 in Moncalieri, Italy, Italdesign is best known for its automotive design work for both concept and production cars. As an established supplier to the automotive industry's foremost brands, the company has a number of design and production sites across Italy, Spain and Germany. At the Barcelona division, the R&D team has built a strong reputation for its creative design techniques and deployment of innovative technologies to bring their concepts to life.
AP Racing - EN PolyJet Case Study
UK-based automotive manufacturer, AP Racing, is known for its innovative performance brake and clutch systems for road and race cars. Faced with ever-advancing creative briefs and aggressive competition, the team sought a solution that could enable them to better test its designs and improve production. The company has integrated Stratasys' advanced J750™ 3D printer in-house to reduce design cycles and alleviate certain design challenges. Using the full-color, multi-material 3D printer, AP Racing produces highly detailed and complex 3D models of FEA stress plots to provide proof of concepts to its customers, which has resulted in new business. The team is also using its J750 to produce advanced, one-off tooling fixtures for a laser etching machine. The fixtures can be 3D printed in under 24 hours, and much more cost-effectively than through external suppliers.
How to Create a Packaging Prototype
Find out how you can create a product prototype with its packaging - by using the Stratasys Packaging Design Application.
PolyJet support materials part 1
Read about the unique characteristics and support strength recommendations for PolyJet Support materials.
STLs and 3D Printing for PolyJet
Learn about the conversion process from a CAD file to an STL file and how to optimize it to achieve the best print results possible.
VRML and OBJ Files for PolyJet
Get to know about VRML files' expanded capabilities beyond basic geometric representation.
Introducing texture, bump, and displacement
Texture, bump, and displacement mapping: how to make photo-realistic models.
Texture Mapping Using Materialise Magics
Adding texture to 3D models part 2 - texture mapping in Materalise® Magics®
Texture Mapping Using Adobe Photoshop
Adding texture to 3D models part 3 - texture mapping in Adobe® Photoshop®
3D Printing in Full Color: An Introduction
To accurately print 3D parts in color, one must first have a thorough understanding of how color works.
Part 1: A Look at Color Proofing
Get some background on color proofing and what to do when the color you print doesn't match the color you chose on screen.
Part 2: Introduction to Color Proofing: Uploading the Stratasys Color Profile
Find out how to install the J750 color profile, to ensure the most accurate results during soft proofing.
Part 3: Setting Up for Soft Proofing in Adobe® Photoshop®
Learn how to use Adobe® Photoshop® to simulate how colors will print on the J750.
Part 4: Soft Proofing
Explains how to soft proof using some simple adjustment techniques within Adobe® Photoshop®.
Part 5: Hard Proofing
The process of validating critical colors is called hard proofing and here is how it is done.
Part 6: Color Swatch Generator Tutorial
Learn how to use a 3D Swatch Generator and perform color matching for 3D prints.
Matching Up Your Colors with the Pantone™ Color Library
Understand how to use the Pantone feature in the GrabCAD Print software.
Hand Sanding and Polishing for PolyJet 3D Printed Parts
Find out how to handle post-processing for 3D printed parts.
Matte or Glossy? Which Finish to Use for Your 3D Prints and When
In this tutorial you will get an overview of matte and glossy, and understand the pros and cons of each.
Pre-Printing tips for PolyJet on GrabCAD Print
Learn how to optimize a 3D model in GrabCAD Print before you print it.
Pre-Printing Tips for Rigid Opaque and Transparent PolyJet Materials
Get some tips for how to use various rigid materials on your PolyJet printer.
Pre-printing Tips for Flexible PolyJet Materials
This tutorial will provide some tips to optimize the performance of Tango and Agilus30 families materials.
Pre-Printing Tips for PolyJet High-Performance Materials
Learn to optimize final results for PolyJet High-Performance materials.
The New Vivid Materials: Why Should I Use Them?
Learn about the new Vivid materials and get some ideas for applications.