If your school values creativity, innovation, and career readiness, then you know that your curriculum and the resources available to your students in and out of the classroom need to set your school apart. One way to do that is by providing the same technical equipment that is used in workplaces to students, like the Stratasys J55 3D printer.
3D printing has been around for decades and Stratasys has been a pioneer in 3D printing technology since the beginning, more than 30 years ago. They’ve continued to innovate and recently released a cutting-edge 3D printer used by consumer goods and electronics, automotive, and gaming companies — the J55. It’s used by companies in these industries because of the ultra-realistic prototypes it produces with easy-to-use software.
Imagine the possibilities your students can have with a 3D printer that doesn’t box in their ideas. Take a look for yourself:
Explore color combinations with access to over 500,000 colors including Pantone validated colors and Voxel printing capabilities
Create colorful motor and gearbox assemblies with gears and mechanisms housed in a clear casing for part differentiation, observation, and handling without the risk of damage
Iterate on design, colors, and a range of textures, including matte and glossy surfaces, 3D graphic design, and material like leather, wood, stone, and PC simulation
Use multi-material 3D printing to create a full packaging experience across colors, parts, graphics, and texture to test real-life functionality and flexibility
Build your design in Solidworks or CAD, bring into KeyShot to finalize, then save the file to GrabCAD and print!