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Stratasys is hoping to leap frog rivals with the launch of the Stratasys J750, which cuts the time it takes to prototype products by eliminating post production chores.
This anatomy model highlights how the J750 can use multiple materials and colors to create realistic models in hours.
The prototype of this running shoe is close enough to the real thing to allow designers and engineers to iterate quickly.
The J750 can create a bevy of products including a skateboard.
The Stratasys J750 can create baby toys with multiple colors on the fly.
You can't eat this 3D printed sushi model, but it does show how Stratasys can peruse 360,000 color options for realistic models.
While neat prototypes are one thing, enterprises are looking for returns. By cutting two steps out of the prototyping process Stratasys could save companies time and money.
OtterBox's Brycen Smith with J750.
As OtterBox plots its 3D printing ability one option is to create rapid-fire prototypes.
Here we have a series of OtterBox cases being printed via the J750.