Tutorials

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Part 1: A Look at Color Proofing

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This tutorial gives some background on color proofing and explains what to do when the color you print doesn't match the color you chose on screen. There will be future tutorials that expand on the topics mentioned here.
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Part 2: Introduction to Color Proofing: Uploading the Stratasys Color Profile

3 0 Beginner
This tutorial is a continuation of my last tutorial "Part 1: A Look at Color Proofing". It will demonstrate how to install the J750 color profile, to ensure the most accurate results during soft proofing.
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Part 3: Setting Up for Soft Proofing in Adobe® Photoshop®

2 0 Beginner
This tutorial is a continuation of my last tutorial "Part 2: Introduction to Color Proofing: Uploading the Stratasys Color Profile". It will demonstrate how to How to Use Adobe® Photoshop® to simulate how colors selected on screen will print on the J750 and how to adjust your input color if required.
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Matching Up Your Colors with the Pantone™ Color Library

0 0 Intermediate
Recently, the Stratasys J7 series began offering the Pantone™ color library on GrabCAD Print. Operators, designers, and manufacturers can now choose Pantone colors straight from GrabCAD Print. This introduces Pantone, the gold standard of color for all industries, into 3D printing and enables color-critical decisions at every stage of the workflow. The ability to use Pantone colors improves and simplifies color communication between designers, modelers, and manufacturers. For the first time in 3D printing history, you can define, communicate, and consistently produce the colors that you work with offline from the world’s most universal and established color language. You can leverage this new feature to create one-click prototypes, models with skin tones, coatings, and any other design-realism need. This improves quality and reliability of prints, cutting time and cost.