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Medical Industry-Specific: Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer

Medical Industry-Specific: Stratasys J750 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer

August 28, 2020

A breakthrough in medical 3D printing for surgical training and medical device development.


Gone are the days when cadavers or animals are used for medical training and surgical preparation, now that Stratasys has introduced a Digital Anatomy 3D Printer that recreates actual tissue response, lets users focus on specific pathologies, and develops new medical devices before using them on patients!

Traditionally, medical professionals have a choice of testing their surgical procedures on animals or any reality models that have significant limitations, such as cadaver models that requires a controlled environment –– that some of which may raise ethical concerns. But with the new J750 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer, Stratasys gives surgeons a more realistic training environment in no-risk settings. Stratasys’  Healthcare Business Unit Head Eyal Miller also anticipates that J750 will enable medical device makers to improve how they bring products to market by performing design verification, validation, usability studies and failure analysis with these new models.

The concept of 3D printing in medicine is much more relevant today in terms of improving patient education, diagnosis, and treatment in this pandemic. We are confident that this transformative technology that J750 brings will inspire creativity, learning and innovation through collaborative interactions of health professionals and engineers in the fight against COVID-19. Below are just some of the solutions of J750 and how it builds on Stratasys’ growing success in the healthcare market, both with medical practitioners and device makers.




Based on real patient imaging, 3D printed models mimic a variety of tissue properties in a single print. This heart model features functioning cords, annulus, and valves with leaflets, created with the J750 Digital Anatomy Printer’s cardiac application. It combines the ultra-soft TissueMatrix™ material with Agilus30™ to mimic the feel and response of myocardium, giving realistic haptic feedback during device insertion and deployment.




Conduct clinically relevant training anywhere on realistic anatomical models customized for virtually any clinical scenario. Provide a memorable, hands-on experience with customized models that represent specific pathologies and mimic human tissue and bone. Multi-material 3D medical printing creates accurate, versatile models in less time and at a fraction of the cost.





Surgical planning with 3D patient-specific models can improve clinical outcomes and procedural economics driving significant savings and financial benefit to the hospital. Stratasys Medical Experts developed a Return on Investment (ROI) framework that can be customized to any hospital. The pharmacoeconomic analysis demonstrates how a 3D printing program can positively impact hospital costs, improve efficiencies and provide new revenue opportunities. Find out the true value 3D printing can bring your hospital.




The Stratasys J750 Digitial Anatomy Printer features three new specialized resins.


GelMatrix™ resin
TissueMatrix™ resin
BoneMatrix™ resin
Full PolyJet range
Gel-like support material for easy removal from blood vessels. Inner diameter as small as 1 mm and wall thickness as low as 1.5 mm. The softest translucent material commercially available. Ideal for replicating the look and feel of heart tissue. A strong, yet flexible, material with memory to maintain its shape.


The J750 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer comes with our full PolyJet range, helping you achieve a level of realism never seen before.



For more information on the new J750 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer and how 3D printing is transforming healthcare, please see



Norde International is the official solutions partner of Stratasys, Ltd. –– a global leader brand in additive manufacturing or 3D printing technology and is the manufacturer of FDM® and PolyJet™ 3D printers. The company’s technologies are used to create prototypes, manufacturing tools, and production parts for industries, including aerospace, automotive, healthcare, consumer products and education.



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