The Perfactory 4 XXL brings new, larger size capabilities to EnvisionTEC’s custom LED light system of DLP 3D printing. 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.
With this product enhancement, the Perfactory 4 LED XXL, offers the highest accuracy and best resolution in the vat polymerization market. It also includes the most powerful and cost-efficient light source. All this, plus the largest build envelope available in a DLP 3D printer.
230 x 144 x 200 mm (9.1 x 5.7 x 7.9 in.)
Native Voxel Size XY
120 µm (0.005 in.)
ERM Voxel Size XY
60 µm (0.002 in.)
Dynamic Voxel Resolution in Z
25 µm to 150 µm (0.001 to 0.005 in.)
1920 x 1200 pixels
1 Year Included
LED outperforms the original P4 UHP lightsource in cost savings and has an estimated lift expectancy of 10,000 hours
Economic material use with no vat
Minimized components make the system user serviceable
Low acquisition costs
Delivered and installed with all relevant software to enable automatic support generation and perfect model production
Material changeover can be done quickly and easily
Footprint (L x W x H): 73 x 48 x 135 cm (29 x 19 x 53 in.)
Weight: Weight: 85 kg (188 lbs)
Please note RC-90 and RC-70 resins require a special formulation for use on the Perfactory 4 LED families of 3D printers
Strong, clear material with flexible capabilities
Prototype and end-use model printing
Flexible, holding high stress and force
A biocompatible material for precision surgical drill guides used in surgery
A castable material with moderate levels of wax for 3D printing heavier jewelry pieces up to 20 grams finish weight
A biocompatible crystal clear material for accurate bite and night guards
A castable material specifically formulated for patterns with thin features and some flexibility, such as partial frameworks
A low-wax 3D printing material ideal for professional retail and jewelry customers who require flexibility between large and small pieces
High temperature molding material for non-metal masters
A popular casting material, PIC 100 is ideal for printing jewelry, dental and other parts requiring exceptional detail and surface finish
Super-fast printing material for quick design verification models
A material developed specifically for the rapid production of highly accurate, scannable dental models
Ceramic-filled material for 3D printing very high resolution parts that are also tough and stiff
Prototype and end-use model printing
Creates flexible gingival masks for use in combination with 3D printed dental models.
Orthodontic indirect bonding trays
A stiff, heat-resistant dual-cure material that also offers chemical resistance
A biosourced, tough, dual-cure material for producing strong thin walls
A biocompatible material for direct 3D printing of pink denture bases
A polyurethane-like material for printing in flexible Shore A values of 40 or 80
A groundbreaking material that produces strong, hard and stiff parts for prototypes and end use.
A glass-filled photopolymer for 3D printing injection molds
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.
The largest of the Micro Plus family, the Micro Plus XL offers a build area of up to 754,900 cubic mm (46.6 cubic in.) with a resolution of 82 µm (0.003 in.). Coupled with fast build speeds and excellent surface finish, this makes the Micro Plus XL a perfect option for use in anything from an educational setting to a product designer’s desktop.
ABS Hi-Impact 3SP is a tough material, suitable for high quality prototypes of items in categories such as automotive and consumer goods as well as stable enough for production-quality end use parts.
EnvisionTEC‘s ABS Tough is an extremely tough ABS-like 3D printing material. ABS Tough is an ideal solution for a wide variety of applications including snap-fit items and assembly applications which require some elasticity.
EnvisionTEC’s E-CE is a stiff, heat-resistant, high-performance dual-cure material that also offers chemical resistance. It is perfect for industrial products that require thermal stability such as electronics encasements and under-the-hood parts.
A material developed specifically for the rapid production of highly accurate, scannable dental models. Looks and feels similar to traditional gypsum models.
EnvisionTEC's E-Denture material is an FDA-approved, biocompatible Class IIa material suitable for 3D-printing all types of denture bases.
EnvisionTEC’s E-Glass 2.0 material is a transparent material for use on EnvisionTEC's 3D Printers. Featuring excellent surface finish quality and feature resolution, E-Glass 2.0 is an ideal 3D printing solution for simulating clear plastics.
E-Guard is a biocompatible transparent material for the production of accurate bite splints and night guards on the Perfactory® line of 3D Printers. The results produced by combining E-Guard with EnvisionTEC technology are superior to traditional methods of manufacturing bite guards and night guards. It is a clear material, allowing for maximum visibility.
EnvisionTEC’s E-Guide Tint is a biocompatible certified Class I material, developed for the production of high precision surgical drill guides for use in implant surgery. The results produced by combining E-Guide Tint with EnvisionTEC technology are superior to traditional methods of manufacturing implant placement guides.
E-Gum is used to create flexible gingival masks for use in combination with 3D printed dental models, simulating the flexibility of the patient's gum in order to adjust dental prostheses properly.
E-IDB is a 3D printing material allowing for the production of indirect bonding trays for the precise placement and release of orthodontic brackets.
E-Model is a tough material, suitable for high quality prototypes of items in categories such as automotive and consumer goods as well as stable enough for production-quality end use parts. It is also the ideal material for dental and orthodontic models.
A castable material developed for a specific need in the dental industry: delivering delicate partial frameworks with thin features and some flexibility.
EnvisionTEC’s E-Poxy is a partially biosourced, tough, dual-cure material that delivers strong, thin-walled final products. E-Poxy offers a good relationship between flexibility, hardness and heat resistance that is also ideal for connectors, among other objects.
E-RigidForm is a polyurethane-like resin that 3D prints strong, hard and stiff parts that can be used for prototypes and end use. Available in translucent amber, gray and black, E-RigidForm has high tensile strength (68-73 MPa) that compares with acrylic, nylon 6 and polycarbonate. It also delivers good heat deflection and water resistance. With a hardness value of Shore D 87, the same value as a cast urethane plastic, E-RigidForm is a versatile and tough material that is ideal for a wide range of industrial and consumer applications.
This advanced engineering-grade material is a polyurethane-like material that produces a final material with soft Shore A values of 40 or 80 depending on your needs. E-Shore A is a material developed for end-use applications such as footwear, sporting goods, and other uses requiring durability, comfort and flexibility.
Now available in beta, E-Tool 2.0 is filled with Barium Borosilicate Glass, known for its heat and chemical resistance, to deliver injection molds that can withstand high heat and pressure. Combined with EnvisionTEC’s 3D printing technologies, E-Tool 2.0 delivers highly accurate tooling with an exceptionally smooth surface finish.
A castable material with moderate levels of wax for 3D printing heavier jewelry pieces up to 20 grams finish weight.
A low-wax 3D printing material, EPIC delivers results similar to EnvisionTEC’s wax-free PIC material, but with 8% liquid wax for lower thermal expansion during burnout. Ideal for customers who require flexibility between large and small pieces and have expert-level quality control in casting.
High temperature molding material for non-metal masters dramatically changes 3D printing capabilities for manufacturers. With a heat deflection temperature of 140°C straight out of the machine, high definition parts printed in HTM140 can be directly vulcanized in rubber, eliminating the need for a metal master.
A popular production casting material, PIC 100 is ideal for printing jewelry, dental and other parts requiring exceptional detail and surface finish. In jewelry, PIC is recommended for pieces up to 5 grams finish weight, such as bridal jewelry.