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The J5 MediJet™ 3D Printer

The all-in-one medical printer.

The J5 MediJet™ 3D Printer
With multi-material, multicolor and biocompatible capabilities in a single print tray, MediJet™ sets a new standard for medical modeling and 3d printing for medical applications.

Business impact

Service multiple departments and create more medical models with less handling — all within a small footprint. Plus, with a lower up-front investment and smaller footprint, MediJet™ is economical and compact enough for small lab spaces.

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Cost

30% lower cost per part compared to outsourcing.

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Time

30% faster print time than comparable printing solutions**.

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Color

Brilliantly vivid, multi-material and multicolor capabilities.

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Serve more departments with brilliantly vivid multi-material and multi-color medical models all from a printer compact enough for any lab space and with low upfront investment.

Introducing the J5 MediJet Medical 3D Printer. The all-in-one medical printer, certified for hospitals academic medical centers, and medical device makers.

3D Printing for Medical Applications

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Pre-surgical planning

Use patient-specific 3D printed medical models for pre-surgical planning to help improve patient outcomes, patient understanding and consent.1,2,3

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Training & education

Print exact pathology on-demand and train physicians, students and medical device field staff anywhere.

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Surgical guides & tooling

Create drilling and cutting guides* that are sterilizable and biocompatible.

*With approved 3rd party 510k cleared segmentation software.

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Medical device development

Enable clinically relevant benchtop testing and create consistency by 3D printing exact anatomy to use when testing medical devices.

Compatible materials

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Biocompatible (MED610)

With biocompatible MED610 material, create rigid, translucent parts for medical device prototyping.

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Biocompatible Opaque (MED615RGD™ IV)

Rigid Ivory, sterilizable, biocompatible material medically approved for bodily contact.

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VeroVivid

The VeroVivid family adds striking color to all parts and prototypes.

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DraftWhite (MED857)

Opaque, white, low-cost model material, which aims to lower the cost of single material applications and bulk color models.

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Elastico Clear (FLX934)

Transparent flexible material with Shore A value of 45, with a superior tear-resistant and elongation.

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Compare the J5 MediJet.

If you’re an academic medical center, hospital or medical device company, we’ve got a medical modeling solution for you. Check out our medical modeling options below to determine what printer will be the best fit for your medical applications.

  • Description
  • Materials
  • Max materials (printed synonymously)
  • Tray area
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  • Description The economical, compact, all-in-one medical modeling printer.
  • Materials Biocompatible Rigid Transparent (MED610)
    Biocompatible Opaque (MED615RGD™ IV)
    DraftWhite (MED857)
    Rubberlike: Elastico Clear (FLX934)
    Rigid Transparent: Vero™ Vivid family
  • Max materials (printed synonymously) 5
  • Tray area Up to 1,174 cm2
  • Brochure Download brochure
  • Description Our most advanced medical modeling printer gives you the power to create biomechanically accurate anatomical models.
  • Materials Biocompatible Rigid Transparent (MED610)
    Biocompatible Opaque (MED615RGD™ IV)
    Rubberlike: TangoPlus™, TangoBlackPlus™ and Agilus30™
    Rigid Transparent: Vero™ Vivid family
    Rigid Opaque materials
    Transparent materials
    Digital ABS™ materials
    VeroFlex and VeroFlexVivid families
    Digital Anatomy materials
  • Max materials (printed synonymously) 7
  • Tray area 1,911cm2
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J5 MediJet delivers

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Improved point-of-care planning

The use of patient-specific 3D printed medical models for pre-surgical planning improves patient outcomes by reducing complications, decreasing operation time and length of hospital stays. Patient understanding, consent and satisfaction have also been shown to improve with the use of 3D medical models. 1, 2, 3

 

 

a doctor educating a student

Enhanced training & education programs

Print patient-specific models on demand for education programs. Scale up product demonstrations when training field staff and physicians on a new medical device.

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Efficient medical device development

Create consistency in testing to enhance product quality, reduce costs and accelerate time to market.

3D printed medical models

The new standard for medical modeling.

Multi-material and multicolor capabilities allow you to create brilliantly vivid anatomical models and drilling and cutting guides* that are sterilizable and biocompatible, with a certified system — all on one platform.

*with approved 3rd party 510k cleared segmentation software.

human head & brain 3d printed model

Accelerate medical innovation.

With multiple materials and multicolor capabilities, academic medical centers, hospitals, and medical device companies can create brilliantly vivid pre-surgical planning models, education and training models, medical device development models and drilling and cutting guides* that are sterilizable and biocompatible.

• 510(k) cleared with leading segmentation software companies

• ISO 13485 Certified

3D printed heart model

Why 3D printing is changing medicine.

Find out how 3D printing is helping to revolutionize pre-surgical planning,education and training programs and medical device development.

References:

1. Yang, T., Tan, T., Yang, J., Pan, J., Hu, C., Li, J., & Zou, Y. (2018). The impact of using three-dimensional printed liver models for patient education. The Journal of international medical research, 46(4), 1570–1578. https://doi.org/10.1177/0300060518755267

2. Diment, L. E., Thompson, M. S., & Bergmann, J. (2017). Clinical efficacy and effectiveness of 3D printing: a systematic review. BMJ open, 7(12), e016891. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2017-016891

3. Kim, P. S., Choi, C. H., Han, I. H., Lee, J. H., Choi, H. J., & Lee, J. I. (2019). Obtaining Informed Consent Using Patient Specific 3D Printing Cerebral Aneurysm Model. Journal of Korean Neurosurgical Society, 62(4), 398–404. https://doi.org/10.3340/jkns.2019.0092

**As compared to six types of anatomical models printed with Formlabs, Projet 3600, Projet 6000 and Mimaki