An all-in-one solution.
Supporting different engineering and design needs during various stages of the product development cycle can be challenging. Built for a wide range of industries, including consumer electronics, education, automotive, aerospace and medical devices, the J35 Pro 3D printer is able to produce models, parts and prototypes that meet your needs.
Built for the office and your workflow.
Get all the benefits of an in-house engineering-grade printer without the hassle thanks to a small footprint, low-maintenance design and silent, odor-free operation. Plus, access a full ecosystem of workflow tools to streamline design, including cloud-based service, print-to-click (Keyshot), on-demand training and an online community.
Create high-fidelity prototypes.
Produce CMF prototypes that look, feel and function like the final product. The J35 Pro allows you to combine grayscale colour, transparency, texture and moving parts to create realistic models that decision makers can hold in hand — leading to quicker design decisions.
Achieve time- and cost-saving production.
Instead of wasting time and money on outsourcing, create everything in-house with the J35 Pro. Design realistic, high-quality parts and prototypes with an all-in-one, multi-material printer for a lower investment compared to other PolyJet™ multi-material solutions. And iterate, correct errors and verify designs more efficiently, so you can get the final design to market faster.
Design multi-material parts.
The J35 3D printer offers multi-material capabilities ideal for functional design and concept modeling. Get state-of-the-art print abilities with the combination of rubber-like, high-impact, rigid, translucent and biocompatible materials. Print up to three of these materials simultaneously — all on the same tray — to achieve digital material compound parts, assembly parts or 3x single material parts that match your exact needs.
See the specs.
|Build Size||Round Print Tray with up to 1,174cm2 (182 in2) Print Height: 158mm** (6.22 in.) Maximum model height: 155 mm (6.1 in.)|
|Layer Thickness||HQS print mode at 18.75 microns (0.0007 in.)|
|System Size and Weight||651 x 661 x 774 mm (25.63 x 26.02 x 30.48 in.); 98 Kg (216 lbs.)|
|Achievable Accuracy||Deviation from STL dimensions, for 1 Sigma (67%) of models printed with rigid materials, based on size: under 100 mm – ±150μ; above 100 mm – ±0.15% of part length. Deviation from STL dimensions, for 2 Sigma (95%) of models printed with rigid materials, based on size: under 100 mm – ±180μ; above 100 mm – ±0.2% of part length.|
Power designs with PolyJet.
The J35 Pro features PolyJet technology, which enables you to incorporate the widest variety of grayscale colors and materials into a single model for unbeatable efficiency. Create smooth, detailed prototypes that convey final-product aesthetics. Produce accurate jigs, fixtures, functional parts, concept models and more. Plus, achieve complex shapes, intricate details and delicate features.
|VeroUltra™||Superior opacity, colour uniformity, contrast and sharpness. The new opaque colours enable the perfect simulation of high-quality injection molded parts. These new colours meet the 2D graphics standards while providing strong colour contrast and colour separation.|
|DraftGrey||For Concept Applications. DraftGrey is a rigid material used exclusively with the Super High Speed print mode for concept modeling. Models will have a medium opacity and smooth finish.|
|Elastico™||Elastico™ is a superior rubberlike PolyJet™ photopolymer family ideal for advanced design verification and rapid prototyping. Get more durable, tear-resistant prototypes that can stand up to repeated flexing and bending. With a Shore A value of 45 in clear and black, Elastico accurately simulates the look, feel and function of rubber-like products|
|Vero™ContactClear||Vero™ContactClear is a transparent, biocompatible PolyJet™ material medically approved for bodily contact. The material is designed for both medical and dental applications and is approved for permanent skin contact (more than 30 days) and limited mucosal membrane contact (up to 24 hours).|