Stratasys Support Center – J750 Digital Anatomy
Unrivaled Accuracy, Realism and Functionality
The J750™ Digital Anatomy™ printer truly brings the look and feel of medical models to life with unrivaled accuracy, realism and functionality. Whether used for surgeon training or to perform testing during device development, its models provide unmatched clinical versatility mimicking both the appearance and response of human tissue.
Bring medical models to life. The J750 Digital Anatomy Printer takes the J750 capabilities to the next level. Step up to the printer’s digital capabilities to create models with an incredible array of microstructures which not only look, but now feel and function like actual human tissue for true haptic feedback. All of this in a single print operation with minimal to no finishing steps like painting, sanding or assembly.
New Digital Anatomy Materials
GelMatrix™ (FLG110), TissueMatrix™ (MED310) and BoneMatrix™ (RGD516). Three new digital base materials exclusive to the J750 Digital Anatomy printer can be combined to form hundreds of new, unique digital materials. Integrated into proprietary validated applications, they mimic human cardiac and vascular anatomy from actual patient scans. Select from a range of tissue properties to incorporate microstructures into the anatomy. Construct heart models with functioning cords, annulus, valves and calcification. Vary compliance in vascular models to replicate both healthy and diseased vessels.
GelMatrix™ (FLG110) - A gel-like support material for easy removal from blood vessels with inner diameters as small as 1mm and wall thickness as low as 1.5mm.
TissueMatrix™ (MED310) - The softest translucent material commercially available. Ideal for replicating the look and feel of heart tissue.
BoneMatrix™ (RGD516) - A strong, yet flexible, material with memory to maintain its shape.
3rd Party (Medtronic) Testing of Digital Anatomy Materials
Medtronic performed tests on the Digital Anatomy materials to determine how effectively they replicated organic myocardium (heart) tissue. Results were compared to porcine myocardium, which closely mimics human tissue.
Read the full report at this link.
- GelMatrix™ (FLG110)
- TissueMatrix™ (MED310)
- BoneMatrix™ (RGD516)