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Stratasys presents the new J5 Digital Anatomy 3D printer

Stratasys Ltd. has announced the launch of its latest 3D printer, the J5 Digital Anatomy. Hospitals, medical device manufacturers and research institutions in particular are expected to benefit from this innovation by being able to use customized models for improved surgical planning and faster product development.

The J5 Digital Anatomy 3D printer offers several key advantages. It enables the creation of lifelike, patient-specific models that can be used for pre-operative planning, potentially reducing surgical time and associated costs. These models also improve communication between medical staff and patients. The high realism of the models also optimizes the training of medical professionals and makes affordable, high-quality teaching materials more accessible.

Another benefit of the J5 Digital Anatomy Printer is the acceleration of medical device development. With the ability to create accurate and repeatable anatomical models, developers can test prototypes faster and reduce the need for animal testing. This leads to a shorter time to market for new products.

“The J5 Digital Anatomy printer is designed to be user-friendly and facility-friendly, making advanced anatomical modeling accessible to a broader range of medical institutions,” said Erez Ben Zvi, VP Medical, Stratasys.

With its compact design and low total cost of ownership, the J5 Digital Anatomy Printer offers an ideal solution for institutions with space and budget constraints. Stratasys continues to set the standard in advanced 3D printing technology that helps improve patient care and medical research.

The official launch of the printer will take place on June 25 at 2:30 p.m. Pacific Time at the RAPID + TCT show. Visitors will have the opportunity to view the printer at the Stratasys booth and see for themselves the precision and realism of anatomical modeling.

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