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Model J850
Manufacturer Stratasys
Category Industrial
Technology Material Jetting
Material Other plastics, ABS
Max. build size 490 × 390 × 200 mm19.29 × 15.35 × 7.87 in
Release date 2019
Country United States

Stratasys J850 review

The J850 is an industrial full-color 3D printer produced by Stratasys. Stratasys is a 3D printer manufacturer based in United States. The J850 was released in 2019 and uses Material Jetting 3D printing technology. This industrial 3D printer offers a build volume of 490 x 390 x 200 mm.

Stratasys is one of the only color 3D printer manufacturers to offer official Pantone colors. The J850 can 3D print with up to 7 base resins at a time.

A smaller version exists, the Stratasys J835.

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General

Model J850
Manufacturer Stratasys
Metascore
Price > $ 250,000> 250 000 €> 191,175 £> 28,254,000 ¥
Release date 2019
Country United States
Status Available
Category Industrial
Technology Material Jetting
Material Other plastics, ABS
Filament diameter
OS compatibility
Generic material

Performance

XY accuracy 0.014 mm0.001 in
Max. build size 490 × 390 × 200 mm19.29 × 15.35 × 7.87 in
Max. build volume 38.22 L
Max. print speed
Min. layer thickness 0.014

Hardware

Dimensions 1400 × 1260 × 1100 mm55.12 × 49.61 × 43.31 in
Weight 430 kg947.99 lb
Nozzle diameter(s)
Power input

Features

Heated print bed
Heated build chamber
Automatic calibration Yes
Closed frame Yes
Dual extruder
Independent Dual Extruder
Full color Yes
LCD screen Yes
Touchscreen Yes
On-board camera
Mobile app
3D scanners
CNC mill
Electronics 3D printing
Laser engraving
Conveyor belt
Air filter
Pellet extruder

Connectivity

USB Yes
Wifi Yes
Bluetooth
SD card
Ethernet Yes
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