P4 DSP

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EnvisionTEC’s Perfactory 4 Digital Shell Printer (DSP) can be used for large scale production due to its large build area and high resolution. Fitted with the Enhanced Resolution Module (ERM), resolutions down to 42 µm (0.0017 in.) in the X and Y are possible. The micro mechanics can achieve as little as 15 µm (0.0006 in.) in Z (material dependent), making it one of the highest resolution systems in the industry. This accuracy does not come at the sacrifice of speed. The P4 DSP can build a tray of hearing aid shells in 2-3 hours (1-2 with high-speed module) as the DLP process cures all parts simultaneously. The resolution is transferred into the highest quality surface finishes achievable by any rapid manufacturing process. This is just one of the reasons this machine is a firm customer favorite with leading hearing aid manufacturers.

Machine Properties

Build Envelope

160 x 100 x 180 or 230 mm (6.3 x 3.9 x 7.09 or 9.06 in.)

XY Resolution*

42 µm (0.017 in.)

Dynamic Voxel Resolution in Z (material dependent)

25 – 150 µm (0.0010 – 0.0050 in.)

Projector Resolution

1920 x 1200 Pixels

Native Voxel Size

83 µm (0.0033 in.)

Voxel Size With Optional Enhanced Resolution Module

42 µm (0.017 in.)

Data Handling

STL

Warranty

1 Year Included

System Properties
  • 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
  • Utilizes a build in ethernet interface, allowing direct connection to a PC workstation or integration into a
    network.
  • 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)

 

Materials Available

For hearing aid products, otoplastics, and medical devices

for applications in the Hearing Aid industries

Hearing Aid applications distinguished for soft durability

for hearing aid industries, distinguished for rigidity and durability

silicone otoplastics by additive manufacture

Hearing Aid applications distinguished for soft durability

Applications

Related Printers:

P3 DSP

Eine sinnvolle Wahl für Hörgerätehersteller. Möglichkeiten zum Bau von 35 Ohrmuscheln oder 18 Ohreinsätzen innerhalb von 1-2 Stunden.

Bauraum

140 x 105 x 230 mm (5.5 x 4.1 x 9.06 in.)

XY-Auflösung*

50 µm (0.0020 in.)

Primärmarkt

Materials Available for the P4 DSP Printer

EnvisionTEC’s E-Shell 200 Series 3D Printer Material is a low viscosity liquid photopolymer that produces strong, tough, water-resistant ABS like parts with high detail that are Class IIa biocompatible according to ISO 10993/Medical Product Law and are CE certified for use as hearing aid products, otoplastics, and medical devices.

The E-Shell 300 3D Printer Material series has been designed especially for applications in the hearing aid industries and is distinguished for rigidity and durability. It is CE certified and Class-IIa biocompatible according to ISO 10993 (Medical Product Law) for hearing aid shells and otoplastics.

The E-Shell 3000 3D Printer Material series has been designed especially for applications in the hearing aid industries and is distinguished for rigidity and durability. It is CE certified and Class-IIa biocompatible according to ISO 10993 (Medical Product Law) for hearing aid shells and otoplastics.

The EnvisionTEC E-Shell 500 series has been designed especially for applications in the Hearing Aid industries and is distinguished for soft durability.

The EnvisionTEC E-Shell 600 series has been designed especially for applications in the Hearing Aid industries and is distinguished for soft durability. The material is used on Perfactory UV machines only. EnvisionTEC E-Shell 600 is a liquid, photo-reactive acrylate for building functional parts. It is CE certified and Class-IIa biocompatible according to ISO 10993 (Medical Product Law) for soft ear shells and tips.

E-Silicone offers a solution to produce silicone otoplastics by additive manufacture of cocoon molds.