Introducing the New Stratasys J826 3D Printer

   By TriMech Marketing on February 17, 2020

Stratasys just released the newest addition to their J-series family of PolyJet 3D printers, the Stratasys J826, an entry-level printer for the enterprise design world. Just like the J850, the J826 has been created using Stratasys’ best-in-class PolyJet technology and is part of the only family of printers currently available that can print full-color, multi-material models in a single print. It provides the same end-to-end solution for the design process and ultra-realistic simulation at a lower price point.

Stratasys J826 PolyJet 3D printer

New Stratasys PolyJet J826

PolyJet 3D printed car shift stickThe J-series PANTONE Validated™ 3D printers are capable of printing highly accurate color-critical parts and can also print with over 500,000 colors available for composite materials. Without the need to manually replace materials, the J826 can combine rigid to flexible materials, add texture, parting lines or heatmaps and print opaque, transparent and full-color models. In comparison to previous PolyJet 3D printers such as the Objet Eden 260 or the Objet 260 Connex 3, the seven-material capability of the J826 allows it to produce a more detailed prototype or functional part in one single print without the need for post-processing. With advanced color, material and finish (CMF) 3D printing, this machine allows designers to present a full design intent and show how a product will look and feel.

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Additionally, the J826 has three different print modes, including the High-Speed Mode, which helps speed up the printing process, reducing production time. Unique to the J826 is the new DraftGrey concept material, which lets designers create prototypes for testing at a lower cost than before. The J826 comes in a smaller dimension and a lower cost that other members of the J-series family to better suit your budget along with your design needs.

What’s New, You Ask?

Aside from offering a more flexible price range and condensed build size, the J826 delivers improved capabilities, including:

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Accelerated Workflow: Smooth workflow from the user’s preferred CAD program. Includes a removable tray for easy cleaning and automated support creation and removal.




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Make Faster Design Decisions: Print digital materials using High Speed Mode up to 3 base resins, 27-micron resolution. The large material capacity and seven-material channel reduces downtime and provides the same reliability of other printers in the J-series.

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Power Designs with Color and Multiple Materials: Combine full-color, rubber-like flexibility and transparency in a single print to produce the most realistic protoypes possible.

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Accuracy: Typical deviation from STL dimensions, for models printed with rigid materials, based on size: under 100 mm – ±100μ; above100 mm – ±200μ.

The J-Series Line-Up

The J826 was created using the same technology as the J850, however, there are some differences, including print modes and build size that make these products different.

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J826 J835 J850
  • Prints models up to:
    255 x 252 x 200mm
  • Prints models up to:
    350 x 350 x 200 mm
  • Prints models up to:
    490 x 390 x 200 mm
  • PANTONE Validated
    (coming in April 2020) 
  • PANTONE Validated
  • PANTONE Validated
  • 3 Speed Modes (including High Speed Mode)
  • 4 Speed Modes (including Super High Speed Mode)
  • 4 Speed Modes (including Super High Speed Mode)
  • 7- material capacity 
  • 7- material capacity 
  • 7- material capacity 

Want to explore additional capabilities and specifications of the new Stratasys J826? Learn more today!

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