The 3D Liquid Crystal printer developed by Photocentric is based on a patented process called Daylight Polymer Printing (DPP), similar to stereolithography technology.
This machine makes it possible to produce resin parts with a maximum volume of 20 x 10 x 20 cm and a minimum layer thickness of 25 microns. On the performance side, it will print with an XY resolution of 220 microns for a print speed of 1.8 cm / h.
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