3D Printed or Not? | Stratasys

Stratasys Invents 3D Printing. Again.

Meet the world's first full-color, multi-material 3D printer.

The Stratasys J750 isn't just our latest innovation. It's yours. It's any shape you can imagine, any color you can dream of, and any detail words can't express -- made tangible in a matter of hours. And it's knowing for sure that your next big thing is as spectacular as you envisioned.

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3D Printed or Not?

3D printing is moving fast. Are you keeping up? Test your eye for distinguishing our 3D printed models from fresh food, mass-produced consumer goods and handmade works of art. Share your results with your friends and colleagues.

  • baby toy
    colorful baby toy

    Incorrect.

    This toy was 3D printed on the Stratasys J750.

    It was built in one piece and required no painting or assembly, except the addition of a mirror.

  • colorful bottles
    colorful bottles

    Incorrect.

    These packaging prototypes were 3D printed on the Stratasys J750.

    Simple texture mapping and fast 3D printing lets designers gather feedback on a variety of options.

  • cartoon people
    cartoon people

    Incorrect.

    These figurines were 3D printed on the Stratasys J750.

  • toy dragon
    dragon toy

    Incorrect.

    This toy was created in a multi-step manufacturing process.

  • medical hand model
    small hand

    Incorrect.

    This teaching aid was 3D printed on the Stratasys J750.

    It incorporates six materials including a transparent material that reveals internal structures.

  • medical model of a heart
    heart

    Incorrect.

    This medical model was created using a multi-step manufacturing process.

  • colorful lolipop
    lolipop

    Incorrect.

    This lollipop 3D printed on the Stratasys J750.

    It incorporates five rigid, vibrantly colored — but inedible — materials.

  • medical model of a head
    medical model of a head

    Incorrect.

    This medical model was 3D printed on the Stratasys J750.

    It incorporates six base resins including a transparent material that reveals internal structures.

  • cherry pie
    cherry pie

    Incorrect.

    Who would be cruel enough to 3D print something that looks this delicious?

  • pineapple
    pineapple

    Incorrect.

    This is just a pineapple.

  • shrimp
    shrimp

    Incorrect.

    This is just a shrimp.

  • stained glass
    stained glass

    Incorrect.

    This "stained glass" was 3D printed on the Stratasys J750.

    The system can produce more than 350,000 colors and translucent shades.

  • sushi
    sushi

    Incorrect.

    This tray of sushi was 3D printed on the Stratasys J750.

    The platter and chopsticks were 3D printed, too.

  • train track yard
    train track yard

    Incorrect.

    This train yard was 3D printed on the Stratasys J750.

    An impressive range of colors, materials and textures highlight the versatility of the Stratasys J750.

  • flippers
    flippers

    Incorrect.

    These swim fins were created in a multi-step manufacturing process.

    But prototypes indistinguishable from these are possible with Stratasys J750.

  • cell phone cases
    cell phone case

    Incorrect.

    These cell phone cases were created in a multi-step manufacturing process.

    But prototypes indistinguishable from these mass-market products are possible with Stratasys J750.

3d model
costume model
people at a trade show
color palette
close up model
heart valve

The Stratasys J750 is a game changer for 3D printing

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