Extends the capabilities of the J850 Prime
FabriX™ Innovation Kit ™ is an easy-to-use, comprehensive, and repeatable solution for 3D printing on fabric and flexible substrates.
Experiment with new materials and printing techniques for a wider range of options. Explore the possibilities of 3D printing on fabric and create design prototypes that are both innovative and stylish.
Stratasys J850 FabriX Features
Fabric Design for a variety of Industries
FabriX is the ideal tool kit for designers at R&D and Innovation Centers in the Education, Consumer Goods, Wearable Electronics and the Concept Car and Automotive Industries.
Powered by Stratasys 3DFashion™ technology
Together with FabriX, this technology enables optimization of the absorption rate mechanism for perfect adhesion of jetted materials on a variety of fabric types.
3D Print on Fabric in Full Color
Designers and researchers can easily 3D print on fabric, in full color, and clear print creating extraordinary designs on textile for educational research, military, wearable electronics, footwear and more.
Transform the J850 Prime into a hybrid system
The Stratasys J850 Prime can print both 3D model parts and 3D print on flexible, flat substrates, such as fabric, carbon fiber, flexible polymers, mylar, netting, canvas and more.
Stratasys FabriX Applications
3D printing has the potential to revolutionise the consumer goods industry with a wide range of products being produced more quickly and efficiently than ever before.
This new technology is changing the way we manufacture electronics by allowing us to 3D print them directly onto fabrics and flexible substrates.
3D printed fabric can be used to create a variety of textures and patterns on a car’s interior which is only one of the innovative uses for 3D printing in the automotive industry.
Fashion and Design
The FabriX materials are the perfect choice for direct-to-textile 3D printing in the fashion industry. These materials offer striking, full vivid color and can be used on a variety of fabrics and flexible substrates. Not only do they provide excellent flexibility and durability, but they are also at the forefront of sustainability according to stringent industry standards.
Materials available for the Stratasys J850 FabriX
Stratasys J850 FabriX Specifications
J826 Prime and J850 Prime:
|Digital Model Materials|
Unlimited number of digital materials including:
|Support Materials||SUP705 (WaterJet removable) |
|Printed fabric adhesion|
|Effective Printing Area|
|460 x 360 x 200 mm (18.1 x 14.2 x 7.8 in)**|
|Fabric Size||Fabric Size Handling: min 560 x 460mm|
Fabric Thickness: 0.2-2.5mm
|Layer Thickness||Horizontal build layers down to 27-micron (0.001 in.)|
|Workstation Compatibility||Windows 10|
|Network Connectivity||LAN – TCP/IP|
|System Size and Weight||J850 Prime System:|
1400 x 1260 x 1100 mm (55.1 x 49.6 x 43.4 in.); 430 kg (948 lbs.)
J850 Prime Material Cabinet:
1119 x 656 x 637 mm (44 x 25.8 x 25.1 in.); 153 kg (337 lbs.)
|Operating Conditions||Temperature 18 – 25 °C (64 – 77 °F); relative humidity 30-70% (non-condensing)|
|Power Requirements||100–120 VAC, 50–60 Hz, 13.5 A, 1 phase 220–240 VAC, 50–60 Hz, 7 A, 1 phase|
|Regulatory Compliance||CE, FCC, EAC|
|Build Modes||High Quality: up to 7 base resins, 14-micron (0.00055 in.) resolution|
High Mix: up to 7 base resins, 27-micron (0.001 in.) resolution
High Speed: up to 3 base resins, 27-micron (0.001 in.) resolution
Super High Speed: 1 base resins, 55 -micron (0.002 in.) resolution
|Accuracy||J850 Prime System: Typical deviation from STL dimensions, for models printed with rigid materials, based|
on size: under 100 mm – ±100μ; above 100 mm – ±200μ or ± 0.06% of part length, whichever is greater
Advantages of PolyJet Technology
Advantages of parts built with a Stratasys PolyJet Machine
Stratasys PolyJet 3D Printers are based on proven technology, which creates precise prototypes that set the standard for finished-product realism.
Their fine resolution makes complex shapes, intricate details and smooth surfaces possible.
PolyJet 3D Printing works by jetting layers of liquid photopolymer onto a build tray and instantly curing them with UV light.
The fine layers build up to create a precise 3D model or prototype. Models are ready to handle right out of the 3D printer, with no post-curing needed.