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Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy
Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy

If seeing is believing, holding something this vivid is knowing for sure.

  • System Height and Weight
    1400 x 1260 x 1100 mm (55.1 x 49.6 x 43.4 in.); 430 kg (948 lbs.)
  • Build Size
    Stratasys J735: 350 x 350 x 200 mm (13.8 x 13.8 x 7.9 in.)
    Stratasys J750: 490 x 390 x 200 mm (19.3 x 15.35 x 7.9 in.)
  • Layer Thickness
    Horizontal build layers down to 14 microns (0.00055 in.)
  • Accuracy
    Typical deviation from STL dimensions, for models printed with rigid materials, based on size: under 100 mm – ±100μ; above100 mm – ±200μ or ± 0.06% of part length, whichever is greater.
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Stratasys J55 Prime
Stratasys J55 Prime

Unmatched Design Freedom, Brilliant Color 3D Printing.

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Makerbot Method Carbon Fiber
Makerbot Method Carbon Fiber

Designed to offer precise and reliable functional 3D printing results.

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Makerbot Method X
Makerbot Method X

Designed to offer precise and reliable functional 3D printing results.

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Makerbot Method
Makerbot Method

Designed to offer precise and reliable functional 3D printing results.

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Makerbot Replicator+
Makerbot Replicator+

Designed to offer precise and reliable functional 3D printing results.

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Makerbot Sketch Classroom
Makerbot Sketch Classroom

Designed to offer precise and reliable functional 3D printing results.

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Roland LD-300
Roland LD-300

Create high-value customization with ease.

  • Model LD-80*
  • Transferable materials Plastic (ABS, PC, Acrylics)
  • Loadable material size Max: 3.94″ x 7.87″ x 0,79″
    (100mm x 200mm x 20 mm)
  • Design options Vector/outline, region fill (scan line, island fill), text, illustration
  • Printable area 3.15″ x 3.15″
    (80mm x 80mm)
  • Direction of transcription Unidirectional transcription or bidirectional transcription
    (selectable with Windows driver)
  • Jig Size: 100mm x 10mm (inside 90mm x 90mm) (3.94″ x 3.94″ [inside 3.54″ x 3.54″])
  • Function: Holding the foil, layering the heat absorption film
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AXYZ Innovator
AXYZ Innovator

The most versatile and customizable CNC router system in the industry.

STANDARD PROCESS AREAS

  • Infinite 4000
    60″ Width. Lengths from 48″ to 50ft
  • Infinite 5000
    72″ Width. Lengths from 120″ to 50ft
  • Infinite 6000
    85″ Width. Lengths from 120″ to 50ft
  • Infinite 8000
    103″ Width. Lengths from 120″ to 50ft
  • INFINITE 10,000
    128″ Width. Lengths from 120″ to 50ft
  • OPTIONAL ADDITIONAL LENGTH
    24″ Increments
  • STANDARD GANTRY CLEARANCE
    6″
  • OPTIONAL GANTRY CLEARANCE
    8″, 10″, 12″, 13″, 15″, 18″
  • DRIVE SYSTEM
    X, Y – Rack and Pinion, Z – Ballscrew
  • TYPICAL POSITIONING SPEED
    25m/min – 50m/min
  • CONTROL SYSTEM
    AXYZ A2MC Controller
    7 Segment motion profile
    FPGA processor for high speed complex calculations
    Dedicated true NC control – G and M codes
    Network connection
    Large solid state on-board memory
    AXYZ Smart Console
  • Power Requirements
    208-230V 3 Phase / 440-460V 3 Phase
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Brother GTX-424 (Bulk)
Brother GTX-424 (Bulk)

Designed For Versatility, Built For Reliability.

  • Printing Method: Direct inkjet garment printer
  • Machine Size: 55″(W) x 51″(D) x 21″(H) (1400mm x 1290mm x 535mm)
  • Machine Weight: 260lb (approx.118kg)
  • Platen Sizes: Maximum print size is 16″ x 21″ / 40,6cm x 53,3cm
  • Ink Type: Water based pigment ink
  • Ink-Head Type: On demand piezo head
  • Number of Ink-Heads: 2 print heads / 8 ink channels
  • Print Resolution: 1200 dpi x 1200 dpi
  • Print Mode: Single or double for CMYK. Underbase and highlight for white.
  • Data Output: Printer driver (USB, File output)
  • Power Supply: AC 100V-240V, 50/60Hz ± 1Hz
  • Power Consumption: 0.8A (average) (Reference: 0.3A – during circulation)
  • Ink Cure: Heat press machine can be used at 356°F (180°C) and 35 seconds duration. For higher volume production, a conveyor oven is recommended to be used at 320° (160°) for three and a half minutes. Time and temperature may vary depending on which manufacturer’s dryer is used.
  • Pre-Treatment:  Before printing, apply pre-treatment using either a manual or automatic device and then dry garment using a heat-press, being sure to follow all manufacturer’s instructions. Pre-treatment is necessary for white ink.
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