Stratasys Debuts New 3D Printer for Anatomical Models

Results mimic the behavior and response of real human tissue, skeletal structures and vasculature.

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Stratasys today announced the launch of its J5 Digital Anatomy 3D printer, which is designed to address demand for cost-effective, high-fidelity anatomical models. It's built to enable hospitals, medical device manufacturers and research institutions to enhance patient outcomes, streamline operations and bring products to market faster.

Stratasys will host an official reveal of the printer on June 25th at 2:30 p.m. (Pacific) at RAPID + TCT. Attendees are welcome to join the celebration at the company’s booth then, or at any time during the event, to see first-hand how the printer, with its compact footprint and unique material capabilities, delivers unmatched precision and realism in anatomical modeling.

Key Benefits for Customers:

  • Enhanced surgical planning: The J5 Digital Anatomy printer produces life-like, patient-specific anatomic models that allow for pre-operative surgical planning and may assist in reducing operating room time and associated costs. Using such models also assists in improving communication between the medical staff and between the staff and their patients.
  • Experience anatomy like never before: Unique realism in cost-effective training resources, increasing accessibility to affordable high-quality teaching tools.
  • Accelerated development: The ability to create precise, repeatable anatomical models that enable rapid iterations in medical device development, potentially reducing the need for animal testing and shortening time to market.

Product Capabilities:

  • Biomechanically accurate materials: Supports the production of models that mimic the behavior and response of real human tissue, skeletal structures and vasculature, providing realistic haptic feedback for procedures such as suturing, incision, and screw insertion, while bearing true-to-life radiopacity characteristics with supported imaging.
  • Compact and accessible: The J5 Digital Anatomy printer is an easy to use, office-friendly printer with a small footprint and a lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), making it an ideal choice for institutions facing budget and space limitations.
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