How will your business use an EnvisionTEC 3D Printer?

Just because it sits on a desk doesn’t mean our line of desktop 3D printers is like other cheap tabletop models. (It’s not even close). Our desktop 3D printer family uses advanced DLP technology backed by more than a decade of development and exclusive patent-protected processes. We offer build sizes up to 71.7 cubic inches and accuracy levels down to 30 microns. The printers in this family are powerful tools used by thousands of professionals worldwide.

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Designed for real production and build sizes up to 253.6 cubic inches, our “personal factory” line of 3D printers uses exclusive DLP processes and offers the ability to run lights-out production. First launched in 2002, the Perfactory isn’t just an icon in the 3D printing world – the printer on wheels — it’s a trusted and reliable one. We have longtime users who call just to say hello, and let us know that they’ve never had to ring us up for service.

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We launched our Continuous Digital Light Manufacturing technology in early 2016 with the Micro Plus cDLM. It’s based on a patent-protected approach we came up with a decade ago. A twist on our DLP technology, this process allows for continuous motion of the build plate to deliver exceptional build speeds. While our first cDLM printer was developed with our loyal jewelry customers in mind, don’t worry – we have more coming.

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So, you need big, heavy-duty parts? We’ve got you covered with our 3SP technology, which uses a UV laser to scan, spin and selectively photocure resins into large, durable parts up to 5800 cubic inches. You do not need to sacrifice accuracy or surface finish to make big 3D objects with 3SP. A true industrial 3D printer, our 3SP line is equally at home on a factory floor as it is in a machine shop, hospital, or laboratory.

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A recognized world leader in biofabrication, EnvisionTEC’s 3D-Bioplotter family of bioprinters is being used for groundbreaking medical research and manufacturing, such as organ and tissue engineering, among other amazing things. With three levels of functionality, this printer family processes open-source biomaterials using air or mechanical pressure to a syringe, which can fabricate scaffolds. These printers have been designed for use in a sterile biosafety cabinet. Build sizes up to 192.4 cubic inches.

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This groundbreaking 3D printer for composites launched with the SLCOM 1 in early 2016. Our Selective Lamination Composite Object Manufacturing (SLCOM) technology additively manufactures woven fiber composites preimpregnated with thermo­plastics using a propriety method. It automates production of composite parts with amazing surface finish and X-Y strength. A wide variety of fiber and thermoplastic material choices, and mixes, are available. We believe this innovative machine, which can build objects up to 10 cubic feet, will change the face of composite manufacturing.

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This Robotic Additive Manufacturing technology, used in the marketplace today, offers a unique, high-quality and economical solution to the foundry industry – fast 3D printing of sand molds and cores from a CAD file. An exclusive binder jetting technology, packaged in a print head attached to an ABB robot arm. Currently offers XL build sizes up to 6 cubic feet. It’s also the fastest, most flexible robotic 3D printing platform in the industry.

The first product in this series, the Viridis3D RAM 123 uses less sand and is substantially less expensive than other sand casting 3D printers on the market today.

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UV light curing flood lamp systems are ideal for hardening/curing of light curing resins for jewelry, dental, and otoplastic applications, resulting in materials with good physical values.

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