J5 DentaJet

Stratasys Support Center – J5 DentaJet

The Stratasys J5 DentaJet™ may be small, but it’s a powerful tool for dental labs. With a small footprint and a large-capacity rotating print tray, the newest addition to the Stratasys Dental family is designed to maximize efficiency. In a single mixed-tray print, create more dental parts with significantly less handling — all with the precision, accuracy and realism you can expect from PolyJet Technology™.

The build tray has a printing area of 1,174cm2 and max part size up to 140 x 200 x 190mm (5.51 x 7.87 x 7.48in.)

    AC Power Requirements

  • 50/60 Hz
  • 100-240 VAC
  • 10A, 1 phase

    LAN Requirements

  • TCP/IP




    • Implant models
    • Surgical guides
    • Gingiva masks
    • Models
    • Indirect bonding trays
    • Models
    • RPD frameworks
    • Custom impression trays
    • Try-ins
    Crown and Bridge
    • Models – quadrant, full upper and lower with removable dies
  • Documentation
    • Images
    • Videos
      • Material Cartridges Initial Loading - J55 Operation

      • Print Head Material Level Calibration - J55 Operation

      • Printer Restart - J55 Operation

      • Printed Samples Inspection - J55 Operation

      • Advanced Head Optimization - J55 Operation

      • LongPrint Mode - J55 Operations

      • Calibrating Print-Head Accuracy - J55 Operation

      • Printing Accuracy Validation - J55 Operation

      • Printer Vacuum Calibration - J55 Operation

      • Weight Sensor Calibration - J55 Operation

      • The J5 DentaJet - load one tray and walk away.

      • Gluing Parts - PolyJet Printers

      • Polishing Coated Parts - PolyJet Printers

      • Coating Parts - PolyJet Printers

      • Replacing Roller Waste Collector - J55 Operation

      • Replacing Waste Container - J55 Operation

      • Print Head Replacement - J55 Operation

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