Whether used for surgeon training or to perform testing during device development, you can count on its models to provide unmatched clinical versatility, mimicking both the appearance and response of human tissue and reducing the costs and inconveniences of cadaver and animal labs.
The J750 Digital Anatomy Printer takes PolyJet™ technology to the next level. Use its capabilities to create models with an incredible array of fine features and minute structures that look, feel and function like actual human tissue, with true haptic feedback. And do all of this in a single print operation with minimal to no finishing steps like painting, sanding or assembly.
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- Model fabrication. The J750 Digital Anatomy printer takes the guesswork out of material selection. Choose the anatomy and the material composition is automatically selected and internal structures generated. Adjust the degree of each tissue attribute desired, and you are set to go. What’s more, the digital gel-like support material makes post-processing of blood vessels quick and easy. It can readily be removed with little or no effort from complex structures like small blood vessels with internal diameters and wall thicknesses as small as 1.0 mm, making post-processing quick and easy.
- Creating complex, multi-texture structures. Combine three new digital base materials exclusive to the J750 Digital Anatomy Printer to form over 100 unique digital materials. Use the proprietary validated applications offered to mimic human cardiac and vascular anatomy. Select from a range of tissue properties to integrate fine anatomical detail into your model. The unique voxel-based engine of the J750 Digital Anatomy Printer will automatically generate your model’s detailed anatomical structures giving it the look and feel of the real thing.
- Digital anatomy applications. The Digital Anatomy printer comes pre-programmed with a series of anatomical applications, developed in partnership with device manufacturers, world class research institutions, hospitals and medical personnel.
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