Stratasys J850 Digital Anatomy

Cutting-edge realism in medical applications
Materials and software combine to create human anatomy that mimics bone and tissue to an unprecedented level of realism.
Realize cardiac, vascular, bone models and more. With the Stratasys J850 Digital Anatomy 3D printer you get precision, from an aesthetic and realism point of view: an unparalleled impact in appearance and touch.
Cutting-edge realism of anatomical models for testing

Cutting-edge realism of anatomical models for testing

Advanced innovative materials for medical applications
Test and refine new devices and technologies on lifelike reproductions of human anatomy for a variety of pathologies. The Stratasys J850 Digital Anatomy Printer helps medical device companies optimize design throughout the product lifecycle.

The solution for ultra-realistic anatomical simulation

The J850 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer is an advanced prototyping system to reproduce external and internal body parts that can be used for study, exercise and observation purposes for doctors.
With three unique digital materials and an extensive library of anatomical presents, you can create a range biomechanical models that look, feel, and respond like the real thing.

Powerful, precise and simple to print 3D anatomical models

The GrabCAD Print Digital Anatomy software supplied with the printer is designed to make working with Stratasys 3D printers easier and more efficient and simplify task management.

Medical configuration preset

The unique voxel-based engine of this Stratasys 3D printer enables pre-validated anatomical applications and integrates more than 100 preconfigured settings, enabling ultra-realistic anatomical simulations to be made on an office-manageable platform.

Choose the anatomical parts and not the materials

The advanced functions of the Statasys J850 DAP allow you to work intuitively. You choose the anatomical part to be made from the 100 preset configurations, the machine does the rest, creating models that are realistic in appearance and texture thanks to the unique range of 3D printing materials.

Improve the surgical skills

Provides hands-on surgical training in a risk-free environment
Realistic 3D printed parts of the human anatomy with standard or complex pathologies to allow the medical team to hone their skills before entering the operating room. Allow students to practice anatomical models that provide ultra-realistic simulation and biomechanical realism, resulting in a model that feels and behaves like the real thing without resorting to cadavers or synthetic models.
Feel the difference

Feel the difference

Animal, cadaver, and synthetic models may not always accurately represent the targeted pathology. The J850 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer comes with three digital materials and unique anatomical presets that provide ultra-realistic anatomy simulation and biomechanical realism, resulting in a model that feels and behaves like the real thing.

Innovative materials to make it possibile

Special materials for medical applications allow for extremely realistic structures and behaviors with the J850 Digital Anatomy 3D printer. Three new resins that, when combined, form over 100 unique new digital materials that are perfectly suited to anatomy applications. In addition, the J850 DAP can work with all PolyJet resins for extremely realistic and accurate color prototypes.


This 3D printing material is strong, yet flexible, and features shape memory. For use on Stratasys J850 Digital Anatomy.



The softest translucent material available for 3D printing. Ideal for replicating the look of heart tissue with the J850 DAP printer.



Gel-like support material for easy removal from 3D printed blood vessel models with 1mm inner diameter and 1mm wall thickness.


Radiopaque 3D Print Material that gives you the power to create medical models that exhibit radio-realistic features under X-Ray and CT.

 PolyJet Resins

PolyJet Resins

The J850 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer works with the full range of PolyJet materials, including VeroUltraClear ™ to achieve never-before-seen levels of realism.

Reduce costs, increase efficiency

Reduce costs, increase efficiency

The Stratasys J850 Digital Anatomy 3D printer give you the ability to reproduce anatomical models that look and behave like real ones. The need for synthetic, animal and cadaver models is reduced, allowing you to experiment and train anywhere. This means a reduction in training and procurement costs and also adopting more ethical practices, eliminating the need to test surgical procedures and devices on animals.

3D printed medical models gallery

J850 DAP characteristics

3D printing materials

  • Rigid opaque materials in neutral shades and vibrant colors
  • Flexible rubber-like materials in a range of Shore A values
  • Ultra Soft Shore 00 rubber-like material
  • Transparent materials
  • Biocompatible Material Clear
  • Digital materials for an unlimited number of composite materials with reproduction of different colors, transparencies and textures
  • Digital ABS and Digital ABS2
  • Translucent colored materials
  • Digital materials customized with GrabCAD Voxel Print ™
  • TissueMatrix ™ Resin: Softer translucent material commercially available. Ideal for reproducing the appearance and structure of heart tissue.
  • BoneMatrix ™ resin: robust yet flexible material with shape memory.
  • RadioMatrix ™ resin: for anatomical models that can be viewed on CT scans or X-rays
  • SUP705, removable support material with water jet
  • SUP706B, soluble support material
  • GelMatrix ™ Resin: Gel-like support material for easy removal from blood vessel models. Inner diameter up to 1mm and wall thickness up to 1.5mm

Technical specifications

  • Tecnology: PolyJet
  • Max build volume: 490 x 390 x 200 mm (19.3 x 15.35 x 7.9 in.)
  • Connectivity: LAN - TCP/IP
  • Software: GrabCAD Print Digital Anatomy with GrabCAD Voxel Print module and/or Digital Anatomy Creator Software
  • System size and weight: 3D Printer: 1400 x 1260 x 1100 mm; 430 kg - Materials bay: 670 x 1,170 x 640 mm; 152 kg
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