Designed for real production and build sizes up to 253.6 cubic inches, our “personal factory” line of 3D printers uses exclusive DLP technology 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.
The only DLP-based 3D printers utilizing a true 4M pixel projector with UV
optics tuned to 385nm wavelength. Utilizing Artificial
Intelligence (AI) to deliver extremely high quality surface finish, the
P4K delivers next generation advanced DLP technology in 3D printing.
The Perfactory 4 Mini XL LED Series uses a custom LED light system for extremely high resolution results. This new LED system is more powerful and efficient than other light projector systems on the market. As such, it offers a variety of benefits, such as lower operating costs and crisper black-white contrast between pixels, which means even better final part detail.
The Perfactory 4 Standard LED Series uses a custom LED light system. This new LED system is more powerful and efficient than other light projector systems on the market. As such, it offers a variety of benefits, such as lower operating costs and crisper black-white contrast between pixels, which means even better final part detail.
A high-resolution 3D printer that is ideal for the production needs of jewelry manufacturing, the Perfactory 4 Mini produces outstanding results with resolution capabilities as low as 10 µm (0.0004 in) using the built-in ERM (Enhanced Resolution Module).
For jewelry manufacturers needing the precision of a P4 Mini with a larger build area, the P4 Mini XL has resolution capabilities as low as 22 µm (0.0009 in.) with ERM (Enhanced Resolution Module) and a build envelope up to 115 x 72 x 220 mm (4.5 x 2.8 x 8.66 in.).
The P4 Standard XL boasts the largest build size of EnvisionTEC’s DLP 3D printers at up to 5293 cubic cm (323 cubic in.) with a resolution as low as 50 µm (0.0020 in.). This 3D printer is also capable of speeds up to 25 mm (0.98 in.) in height per hour without sacrificing exceptional surface finish.