J826™ Prime 3D Printer
Get 5x more design iterations with the J826™ Prime - a compact design with a large, seven-material capacity.
With over 500,000 unique colours, realistic texture simulation, flexible and transparent materials and a click-and-print workflow, the J826 is one of the most versatile full-colour printers on the market.
The J826™ Prime offers rapid 3D printing, producing parts in significantly less time than competing machines.
In the time it takes to make a single prototype using traditional methods, you can get 5x more design iterations with a J826 3D printer. This compact design holds a large, seven-material capacity that allows you to load your most-used resins and avoid the downtime associated with material changeovers. Plus, you can print each design alternative quickly with the Super High-Speed mode, an accelerated workflow that enables you to design, test and refine your prototype in a matter of days, not weeks.
J826™ Prime 3D Printer
|MAX MODEL SIZE
|Vero™ family of opaque materials (including neutral shades and vibrant VeroVivid™ colors)
Agilus30™ flexible material
Digital ABS Plus
Digital ABS2 Plus
|MAX MODEL MATERIALS
- With full-color features, texture mapping and color gradients, you can create highly realistic models and prototypes.
- 7 material channels: Multi-material 3D printing – choose from flexible to rigid, opaque to transparent, and everything in between.
- High-capacity, high-speed: A variety of print modes, from super high-speed settings to high-quality printing.
- Unrivaled accuracy: Leveraging (XXX?) nozzles per print head, for highly accurate exact-match parts and smooth surfaces.
- PANTONE Validated™: Matching CMYK to 1,970 printable Pantone Colors, Solid Coated and SkinTones™ for superior color fidelity.
- Consumer Products
- Job Shop
- Art and Fashion
How it works:
Powered by Single Pass Jetting™, the Production System™ features bi-directional 3D printing—so whenever there is movement, there is printing.
With bi-directional single pass jetting, all steps of the print process—powder deposition, spreading, compacting, ballistic suppression, and binder jetting—are applied with each pass over the build area. Layer by layer, metal powder and binder is deposited until the entire build volume is packed with bound parts and surrounding loose powder.
When a build is complete, the build box is removed and replaced with a fresh box for the next build. The completed build box is moved to a depowdering station where loose powder is removed and parts are prepared for sintering.
Depowdered parts and loaded into an industrial furnace where they are heated to temperatures near melting. Remaining binder is removed causing the metal particles to fuse together and the parts to densify.