J850™ Prime 3D Printer
The J850™ Prime allows you to 3D print full color models in 20% of the time it takes to produce traditional models. This leads to speedier design decisions helping you get to market faster by reducing the number of design iterations and development costs.
The J850™ Prime can produce over 600,000 PANTONE® validated color combinations, print seven resins simultaneously and provide multi-material capabilities that bring your most imaginative ideas to life.
J850™ 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
- The J850™ Prime is a versatile PolyJet™ 3D printer, perfect for full-color prototyping or multi-material models.
- Range of materials: Create glass-like models, flexible parts, vibrant Pantone-validated prototypes or super-fast low-concept prints.
- FabriX Innovation Kit: Extend the J850™ Prime’s capabilities to print on fabric, carbon fiber, flexible polymers and more.
- Multiple print modes: Adjust the speed and quality of the print to meet your specific needs, from rapid prototyping to realistic models.
- Large, multi-material capacity: Load your most used resins and avoid material changeovers and use up to 7 resins in a single model.
- GrabCAD Print™ Software: Print directly from your favorite professional CAD formats, saving time spent on converting and fixing STL files.
- Two support materials: Automate post-processing and increase geometric freedom to print complex and delicate features and small cavities.
- 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.