Stratasys J850 TechStyle 3D Printer
The Stratasys J850 TechStyle 3D printer introduces revolutionary 3DFashion™ technology, enabling direct-to-textile 3D printing with astonishing color and light effects. Its VeroEco™ Flex materials ensure safe and eco-friendly garment printing, while designers enjoy unparalleled design freedom with a vast color palette. This high-efficiency printer offers unmatched capabilities, seamless workflow, and promotes Mindful Manufacturing™ for low-volume, eco-conscious production, helping to reduce waste and redefine fashion supply chains. It’s fashion-forward, shaping a better tomorrow through 3D printing technology.
Elevating Textile Printing with Sustainability in Mind
The J850 TechStyle 3D Printer is a game-changing solution, reshaping the textile industry by enabling direct-to-textile 3D printing. Supported by GrabCAD™ Print software, this printer simplifies the entire process, allowing you to bring your 3D designs to life on a wide range of fabrics and flexible substrates.
This innovation marries technology, creativity, and sustainability seamlessly. With the VeroEco™ Flex patent-pending materials, this 3D printer achieves exceptional results while strictly adhering to the highest sustainability standards. By 3D printing directly onto textiles, the J850 TechStyle 3D Printer eliminates the need for environmentally harmful processes like screen printing and dye sublimation, reducing waste and environmental impact.
With the capability to print seven distinct materials directly onto fabric, each with varying transparency and textures, you can craft distinctive, standout pieces that are nothing short of spectacular, with full-color prints, transparencies, and intricate textures.
This groundbreaking technology presents a virtually boundless color palette, boasting over 600,000 colors and Pantone Validated™ options in both matte and glossy finishes. The power to unleash your creative vision is now at your fingertips, enabling the design of unique patterns and optical illusions on textiles that transcend traditional methods.
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