An interesting developement in 3D Printing technology.
Its claimed to be both faster, and precise, meaning higher detailed models faster than standard 3d Printing Technology. It uses a liquid solution, light and air. Oh, and was inspired from Terminator 2, so there is that.
That's awesome. Thanks for the link.
Its almost identicle to DLP technology (which they seem to forget to compare to or mention on their website anywhere
) but having no release cycle for each layer is a big bonus, as that's the problem that causes failed prints. Speed is good, as im waiting 48 hours for some prints on high resolution now.
They say it can do 20um (not sure what axis, all axis?) i doubt the XY axis with trying to control the placement of oxygen. But have subscribed to that, and if it looks good, will likely trade in my B9 DLP printer for it!
Only problem is the "oxygen permeable" coating is likely PDMS silicone which is used in my DLP printer at the moment, this degrades after a handful of prints, so will have to watch that.
Nice one Unholy! Hows are the prints looking? I need a spool holder like that still for the Printrbot Metal
What made you pick this over the printerbot metal?
I have three running at Zealot, one is the Solidscape 3ZPro, does layers down to 6 microns with a 22micron printhead. Expensive, slow, expensive material, fragile parts made from wax. But detail is the best available.
Other is the B9C HD 1.2 which is fast, decent detail. I just persuaded some other guys like MaxiMini and Anvil Industry to buy a B9, since its cheap for the high quality you get.
Other one is the Printrbot metal, which im thinking of selling, since i hardly ever get anything to print on it.