New Stratasys unit can print with up to five materials

June 16, 2020
The J55 can print true-to-design parts and prototypes, and comes in at a much lower price point than some of its predecessors.

J55 This new 3-D printer from Stratasys can be used to validate part designs and prototype parts. Featuring a rotating build platform and fixed printer head, it can print up to five materials simultaneously, with the possibility of as many as 500,000 colors. Users can operate it remotely.

What’s new? The printer, which Stratasys planned to begin shipping this month.

Benefits Easy-to-use, reliable printing of true-to-design parts. Designed for quiet, odor-free, minimal-maintenance operation, the printer is compact and costs about a third the price of a Stratasys PolyJet printer. 

Stratasys Ltd., Eden Prairie, Minn., 952-937-3000,

Vital Statistics
Build volume 1,340 cubic inches
Footprint 4.6 square feet