Stratasys Rolls out Multi-Material J826 3D Printer

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Stratasys Rolls out Multi-Material J826 3D Printer

3D printing firm Stratasys has launched a new mid-range 3D printer that is designed to make full-color, seven materials printing more affordable. The J826 3D printer features full Pantone validated color and multi-material printing and tools that will appeal to designers. The printer could be used in industries such as education, consumer goods, electronics, and automotive. The J826 is the third member of the J8-series family, which includes the J835 and J850, launched last November as an update to the J750.

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The J826 is expected to be available to order in May 2020. Multiple print modes let users adjust the speed and quality of the print to meet specific needs, from High-Quality Mode to High-Speed Mode.


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