The Perfactory® Micro 3D Printer Family is the smallest professional-grade desktop 3D printer in size with the highest resolution. It is a low cost, easy maintenance and user friendly personal desktop 3D manufacturing system, designed for producing high quality models.
The Perfactory® Desktop 3D Printer Family has an unbeatable price to performance ratio. The perfect choice for the small to medium sized company looking to fulfill their 3D printing production requirements.
EnvisionTEC’s Perfactory® 4 Mini 3D Printer offers the same features as the Standard with family with a higher resolution and smaller build plate.
EnvisionTEC’s ULTRA® 3SP® 3D Printer Series uses ground-breaking 3SP® (Scan, Spin and Selectively Photocure) technology to quickly 3D print highly accurate parts from STL files regardless of the geometric complexity. The ULTRA® 3SP® and 3SP® High Definition 3D Printers are each delivered and installed with all the relevant software to enable automatic generation of supports and perfect model production.
EnvisionTEC’s Xtreme® 3SP® and Xede® 3SP® large format 3D printers allow for production of exceptionally large 3D parts, built at fast build speeds without sacrificing surface quality and part accuracy. The Xtreme® 3SP® and Xede® 3SP® 3D Printers use EnvisionTEC’s 3SP® (Scan, Spin, and Selectively Photocure) technology to quickly 3D print highly accurate parts from STL files regardless of geometric complexity.
The 3D-Bioplotter® System is a suitable Rapid Prototyping tool for processing a great variety of biomaterials within the process of Computer Aided Tissue Engineering from 3D CAD models and patient CT data to the physical 3D scaffold with a designed and defined outer form and an open inner structure.
UV light post curing polymerization chamber optimized for the hardening/curing of EnvisionTEC proprietary resins. The use of a light chamber guarantees better hardening of the materials, resulting in materials with good physical properties and stability over time as intended for the end user application, and curing of any residual surface monomers utilizing lamp types with the optimal light emitting spectrum.