A 3D printer that can utilize more colors and more materials than any of its predecessors, Via Core77
Stratasys is trying to knock it out of the park with their new J750 3D printer. Billing it as “the world’s only full-color multi-material 3D printer,” the company says it can produce more than 360,000 different colors—in gradients, no less—in six different materials at once, enabling one to use flexible, rigid, transparent and opaque materials at the same time.
On top of that, the machine is capable of producing layers as thin as 0.014mm. (For contrast’s sake, a human hair runs anywhere from 0.04 to 0.12mm.)
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