DLP SLA 3d printer castable resins for Formlabs Envision etc

Shenzhen Meilianxing Technology Co., Ltd.

DLP SLA 3d printer castable resins for Formlabs, Envision etc

Casting resin and non casting resin

Our castable resins is suitable for most SLA DLP 3d printer, its SGS certificated, and any color is available, with mother companys 16 years experiences in uv inks, we bring you the high quality 3d printing inks with low price!

Our casting 3d resin is suitable for envision, formlab etc, besides casting resin, we also have non casting resin, any color is available!

Our lab is full with high-end equipments, and we have strong engineer team who has 16 years experiences in uv resin products, can easyly customize any resin for you no matter is DLP 3D Printer or SLA 3d printer, and we also offer private logo service!

we were busy on 3d printing show and jewelry show in different countries different cities!

Shenzhen Yongchanghe Technology Co., Ltd.

Factory 1: 3th Floor Building13B Baishixia Longwangmiao Industrial

Zone, Fuyong Town, Baoan District, Shenzhen City, Guangdong Province, China

Factory 2: Moergu Industrial Area, Lao cheng Town, Ganzhou City, Jiangxi Province, China

Contact person: Yvonne (sales manager)

Not exactly what you want? 1 request, multiple quotationsGet Quotations Now

The supplier supports Trade Assurance A free service that protects your orders from payment to delivery.

Alibaba.com Site:InternationalEspañolPortugusDeutschFrançaisItalianoहिंदीP한국어اللغة العربيةภาษาไทยTrkNederlandstiếng ViệtIndonesianעברית

Product Listing PolicyIntellectual Property ProtectionPrivacy PolicyTerms of UseLaw Enforcement Compliance Guide

Formnext preview SondaSys 01 SLS 3D printer Sharebot Antares SLA atum3Ds DLP Station 5 SABICs new filament

Best 3D printing Campaigns on In die Go Go & Kicks tarter 2011

Formnext preview: SondaSys 01 SLS 3D printer, Sharebot Antares SLA, atum3Ds DLP Station 5, SABICs new filament

Formnext is one of the popular manufacturing conferences, and recent years have seen the latest cutting-edge 3D printing developments become one of the trade shows major draws. This year will be no exception, with a host of businesses both large and small showing off their most recent breakthroughs, in the fields of 3D printing hardware, software and materials. Heres a quick round-up of four exciting 3D printing companies that will be exhibiting their work in Frankfurt from November 14-17: SondaSys, Sharebot, SABIC and atum 3D.

Polish manufacturer SondaSys is hoping to generate some serious buzz around its newest product, the SondaSys 01. Making use of Selective Laser Sintering technology, it represents a significant milestone, as Polands first ever 3D printing system designed for industrial applications.

Over three years research and development went into the SondaSys 01 3D printer, with the companys team of specialists and engineers who can boast over 10 years experience in the industry. These experts knew what the manufacturing world needed from an industrial-grade SLS machine, and they tailored the SondaSys to meet these requirements in the best possible way.

The 3D printer can boast the most advanced optics system available on the global market, enabling a high level of precision in printing. The SondaSys 01 is also compatible with a huge range of polyamide powders from different manufacturers. Customers will be able to edit the print paramaters as they see fit, allowing them to choose their materials freely according to what their project requires.

The SondaSys 01 makes use of an innovative heating system to ensure a safe operation environment, and it has two exchangeable working chambers to optimize costs and reduce waste. The proprietary software will allow users to preview the print process in real time.

The company will be revealing all the rest of the details about the SondaSys 01 at Formnext.

Sharebot has two new products to demonstrate at Formnext, one of which has never been seen before. The Sharebot Antares is a professional-grade 3D printer that makes use of SLA technology, and is intended to be used with the dedicated PR-S resin. The leading Italian manufacturers new stereolithography machine can create models on a large scale, up to 250 x 250 x 250 mm. The 3D printer is fully compatible with all the

main slicing softwares (Kissslicer, Slic3r, Simplify3D and Cura) and can be managed remotely.

The companys other new 3D printer, the Sharebot QXXL, was already unveiled to some fanfare at the TCT show in Birmingham and recently hit the market. A more advanced version of the Sharebot Q, its an FFF machine that can print on a huge scale, with a build volume of 700 x 400 x 300 mm. This should completely revolutionize the way many manufacturing projects operate, with the printing bed auto-calibration system and the proprietary Sharebox 3D interface enabling an optimized and streamlined workflow.

Also at the show, Sharebot will be showing off its other professional 3D printing systems, including the Snow White, an SLS machine intended for research and materials development, and the 3Delux, a specialized machine for dentistry applications that makes use of DLP technology.

SABIC is set to launch its new 3D printing material at Formnext. The latest product from the Saudi chemicals company will be a high-impact strength filament for a range of FDM additive manufacturing applications. The material will be suitable for the aerospace, consumer and automotive sectors, and is the first in a series of differentiated materials SABIC plans to launch in the coming year.

SABICs portfolio of 3D printing materials is already extensive and impressive, and this new filament will expand its reach, with an extra level of impact resistance that few other filaments on the market can rival. It is currently offering six other filaments, which are designed for use with Stratasys Fortus range of 3D printers. These filaments are based on the companys high-performance polycarbonate (PC), polyetherimide (PEI), acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (ABS) and polyphenylene ether (PPE) engineering resins.

As well as demonstrating ways that its new filament can be used at Formnext, SABIC will also be showing off parts that were printed using its other materials, at its Additive Manufacturing Centers of Excellence in Pittsfield in Massachusetts and Bergen op Zoom in the Netherlands. These include fully amorphous PC parts printed by SLS, and a cross-section of a prototype yacht hull. This latter object was designed by Livrea Yacht and Autodesk, and it was printed on SABICs Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM) printer.

Dutch manufacturer atum3D will be demonstrating a variety of new products and services at this years show. In terms of hardware, the DLP Station 5 machine will be the companys latest addition. Its the follow-up to last years successful DLP Station 4 3D printer, offering a new higher-powered light source that will provide better accuracy and speed in printing results. The DLP Station 5 is available in a standard 405nm wavelength version, as well as a 365nm wavelength version, depending on the applications. It also has an open resin platform, meaning that a wider range of materials can be used.

atum3D is also releasing new Operator Station Software to complement its latest 3D printing system. The proprietary software uses the companys MAGS AI technology, which is designed to optimize and speed up build preparation and post-processing.

Another exciting breakthrough to be unveiled will be atum3Ds new Industry Excellence Packs. These industry-specific packs are intended to introduce 3D printing technology into a companys workflow, explaining how atum 3D software, hardware, materials and services can be combined to update their operations. Packs have been made for product design, dentistry, jewellery, and general industrial manufacturing, with more likely to follow in the near future.

According to Guy Nyssen, Channel Manager at atum3D, We cant wait to showcase the results of our teams hard work in Frankfurt…Its fitting that all three pillars on which atum3D is built, being our in-house expertise in the fields of hardware engineering, software development, and resin chemicals, all contributed to the innovations show at formnext. We strive to offer exceptional accuracy, speed and cost effectiveness and make our customers life easy through training, services and support. The new DLP Station, Operator Station software and Industry Excellence Packs do just that.

Shining 3D launches Einstart-C 3D printer, collaborates for STEAM education starter package

Markforged introduces two new industrial 3D printers, the X3 and X5, for local manufacturing

Nanoscribe 3D printer overcomes design constraints in advanced micro-optics

Ilios says its Thermal Masking 3D printing tech results in 90% cheaper SLA printing

Introducing the fast and versatile DeltaWasp 20 40 Turbo2 3D printer

Introducing Geeetechs new cloud connected GiantArm D200 3D printer

NIST examines laser melting process with custom-made 3D printer – the Additive Manufacturing Metrology Testbed

Xact Metal launches $120,000 XM200 metal 3D printer that can fuse at 1.5 meters per second

Mag launches Kickstarter for new Mag ICreatum all-in-one 3D printer, CNC mill and laser engraver

Eurecat unveils new 3D printer featuring real-time virtual reality monitoring

I3D Innovation releases XL and XXL-sized Multi 512 & Multi 600 3D printers for extra-large print jobs

3Ders.org provides the latest news about 3D printing technology and 3D printers. We are now six years old and have around 1.5 million unique visitors per month.

4th at the 10 best resin (SLADLP) 3D printers in 2017

RESINS, EXPOSURE UNITS & ANCILLARIES

4th at the 10 best resin (SLA/DLP) 3D printers in 2017

4th at the 10 best resin (SLA/DLP) 3D printers in 2017

SLA and DLP 3D printers are becoming increasingly popular among 3D printing users primarily because they produce higher quality prints than the classic FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication) 3D printers.

A few years ago, there was only a small number of resin 3D printers available on the market, mostly targeting professional users for specific applications such as Jewelry or Dental, where high level of details and top quality finish are required. But things are changing and SLA/DLP 3D printers are now becoming more affordable and easier to use. There are still much fewer resin 3D printers available on the market than FFF 3D printers, which are in general cheaper and easier to operate.

We have selected here ten of the best SLA/DLP 3D printers currently available on the market.In this ranking, we focus on resin 3D printers under $6,000, thats why you wont see industrial-grade SLA 3D printers. We have included our meta-rating when possible, based on 3D printer reviews from four reliable sources. For the rest of the list, we made a selection of the best SLA 3D printers based on our own experience and on user feedback. It is not a perfect ranking, but hopefully it will be helpful if youre interested in purchasing a resin 3D printer and looking for a place to start your research.

LIQCREATE 3D print resins for SLADLP technology

One of our main goals is to supply high quality products. All our products are thoroughly tested for their specific features and print quality. In addition, we test and check every batch individually to ensure that your purchased products meet our high standards.

Our team consists of experts with extended knowledge in photopolymers, 3D-printing techniques and support. We look forward to sharing our knowledge in order to support your projects.

Our wide range of products allows you to choose a resin which fits your needs. Our R&D team is constantly developing new photopolymers and we are open for new ideas. From engineering to creativity, it is all possible with Liqcreate 3D printable resins.

We believe in open and honest communication for long term partnerships. To ensure this, we support our partners with knowledge, reliable products and documentation. We look forward to doing business with you.

Autodesks Ember Research Team Experiments with True Speed of Top-Down SLA DLP 3D Printing

AM Strategies Medical & Dental Summit – Register Now!

The Voice of 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing

3D Printing for Prototyping and Production – October 2017

Beginner Design for 3D Printing – June 2017

Advanced Design for 3D Printing – June 2017

Beginner Design for 3D Printing – April 2017

Advanced Design for 3D Printing – April 2017

Autodesks Ember Research Team Experiments with True Speed of Top-Down SLA DLP 3D Printing

byBridget Butler MillsapsJun 26, 20153D Printers3D Printing

, a 3D printing research scientist atAutodesk, decided to put his job title to the most literal use upon building a top-down DLP 3D printer to see what all the recent fuss is about.

Noting that this years recent announcement fromCarbon3Dabout their exponentially fasterCLIP technologywhich we have beenfollowingseemed to open up the opportunity for a number of other claims to come out of the woodwork regarding speed, with a number of them making claims regarding top-down processes. Curious, Bastian and his Autodesk Ember team set to work in making their own experiment, the results of which they presented in anInstructable.

Realizing that Carbon3D had spent a vast amount of time under the radar developing their spin-off of SLA technology which, while using light as a curing agent, brings in oxygen as an inhibitor, creating dead zones in the resin so that curing is not allowed in some areas. With the use of oxygen, the photochemical process can be manipulated so that layering is eliminated, as the product is brought up out of the resin in an amount of time that is 25 to 100 times faster than what we are used to with 3D printing. The fact that they were in the R&D phases in secretive mode for so long of course raises skepticism that just anyone else could be producing the technology so quickly as well, and with a top-down SLA DLP 3D printer.

Already a great tool despite the limits speed has put on the 3D printing medium, the process is in continual evolution, as are materials, as well as the resulting products being used throughout the world with substantial impact in nearly every sector. Research, development, and many hours, days, and months in experimenting are how 3D printing came about to begin with, and it is of course how it will evolve furtherwhich is exactly why curiosity and resulting projects like Bastians are so very important. The up-down/top-down debate in 3D printing with resin is always one of great interest, and coupled with wildly faster speed, any claims are bound to garner some interest.

Given the magnitude of some of these claimsup to 500 millimeters per hourif true, it would appear that others had made substantial advances in the stereolithography process that would be worthy of investigation, stated Bastian.

The Ember team was curious about these claims, so we built a top down DLP SLA 3D printer, with Fusion 360 and STEP files attached, and attempted to reproduce the results

With quite a bit of experience in the 3D realm already, the Ember team was able to build their own top-down printer that, according to them, did actually show promise. The Ember played a part in this as they used its Z-stage for lowering the build platform into the resin pool 100um at a time.

We were able to build a somewhat solid geometry at a build rate of approximately 120 to 150 millimeters per hour, reported Bastian.

Working with team memberCappie Pomeroyto design programming for the project, they were able to automate the hardware and begin testing the following resins:

PR48 the standard Autodesk resin for prototypes, with viscosity of 183 mPas

Spot A Materials Spot-GP Resin 63 mPas

Fun To Do Industrial Blend Red Resin the team was not able to measure the viscosity, but estimates it to be close to PR48 and Spot-GP

Homemade low viscosity resin Ember team polymer chemist Brian Adzima created this, and estimated viscosity at 60 mPas

The team tested a variety of geometries from those with thin walls from 0.5mm and 3.0mm to an array of tubes, and also a skull model shelled to 2mm.

Bastian listed the following parameters that the team employed:

Continuous build speeds of between 100mm/hr and 500mm/hr

Discrete, layered build speeds of between 100mm/hr and 350mm/hr

Liquid-liquid incident light interfaces

And this is where things began to fall apart: struck by the claims of speed used to 3D print askull geometrysimilar to one they attempted, the team found potential, but as research scientists at heart, got to the heart of the matter by spending far more time picking apart the problems and stumbling blocks they met with the top-down DLP process as they practiced continual printing.

While we were able to replicate speeds close to those claimed in theGizmo3D video, we were unable to do so with any meaningful object coherence or build quality, stated Bastian. We were, however, able to gain a better understanding of the problem-space for top-down DLP SLA in its continuous and discrete implementations.

What is truly interesting about the experiment, however, and what does show promise are the Autosdesk teams concerns, solutions, and items that warrant further investigation regarding the DLP printer.

The team found that what while they might gain speed, they were lacking in reasonable quality due to a lack of being able to manipulate the curing of the resin in the type of sophisticated manner evidenced by Carbon3D with their new technology.

The top surface immediately cures, the sidewalls begin to form again, and the process repeats, stated the team. This results in weakly connected layers and an overall very porous object.

Problems with viscous flow effects and lateral migration of cured material also caused issue as the cured material expanded and began to sink, spreading and forming a scroll-like formation. Workflow was disrupted due to these issues, along with surface tension problems.

Bastian and his team, genuinely adding refinement to this process, came up with several ideas for improvement. One, using both a porous and inclined build platform would help to eliminate previous issues with layering quality and viscous flow problems. Two, use of a lower-viscosity resin would help to replenish new layers faster but still did not sound promising for easing disruption they found in the original processes.

They also recommended dipping to manipulate the exposure and curing.

Dipping avoids a mechanical wiper for resin redistribution, but also potentially results in inconsistent layer heights, stated Bastian.

Ideas to further look at for improvement included use of a solvent to float atop the resin and eliminate some of the viscosity differences and issues, using ultrasound to agitate the resin, as well as using an oscillatory vibrating motor to manipulate better resin inflow.

Are you a fan of the top-down SLA DLP 3D printer, or have you been considering building one? Do you have ideas for added input regarding this project? Discuss in theTop-Down SLA DLP 3D Printing forumover at .

Stay up-to-date on all the latest news from the 3D printing industry and receive information and offers from third party vendors.

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.

Tagged with:3d printing resinandreas bastianautodeskautodesk embercarbon3dclip technologycontinuous printingdlp 3d printerdlp sla printergizmo 3dinstructableinstructables

Designer Uses Sinterit Lisa and Autodesk Netfabb to Design and 3D Print Childrens Protective Face Mask

Hold an Earthquake with 3D Printed ShakeMap

3D Printing News Briefs: January 16, 2018

London Designer 3D Prints Weather Forecasting Wave Lamp

Redstack Intern Solves Office Coffee Problem with Clever 3D Printing

3DP365Project Showcases a Full Year of Daily 3D Printing: Interview with Jeffrey WrightDig deeper, search our message board 3DPrintBoard.comVi
ew By CategoriesView By CategoriesSelect Category3D Design (5,720)3D Printed Art (749)3D Printed Guns (82)3D Printer Reviews (18)3D Printers (3,045)3D Printing (12,226)3D Printing and Robotics Jobs (19)3D Printing Materials (1,701)3D Scanning (631)3D Software (1,099)Additive Manufacturing Research (5)Aerospace 3D Printing (306)Business (3,754)Editorials / Opinions (293)Education (389)Exclusive Interviews (359)Featured Stories (2)Medical 3D Printing (1,504)Metal 3D Printing (548)Popular Stories (110)Robotics (288)Science & Technology (720)Sponsored (144)Virtual Reality (172)

Subscribe to 3DPrint.com Email Newsletter

Stay up-to-date on all the latest news from the 3D printing industry and receive information and offers from third party vendors.

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

2017 3D Printer Buyers Guide

2017 3D Scanner Buyers Guide

Anything Related to the 3D Printing Industry which doesnt belong in the our other folders goes here.3D Printers (Hardware)

Discuss the various 3D Printers on the Market. Please make sure there isnt already a folder for the printer you wish to discuss in our Specific 3D Printer Folders.3D Printer Parts, Filament & Materials

Discussion related to 3D Printer parts, such as hot ends, extruders, and anything else you may want to discuss related to printer parts, as well as filament, resin, and sintering powder.Inside 3D Printing EventsSingaporeFebruary 6-7, 2018DsseldorfFebruary 21-22, 2018SydneyMay 9-11, 2018São PauloJune 11-12, 2018SeoulJune 27-29, 2018New YorkOctober 30-31, 2018TokyoOctober 2018

Copyright © 2018. 3DR Holdings, LLC, All Rights Reserved.

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from our 3DPrint.com.

Stay up-to-date on all the latest news from the 3D printing industry and receive information and offers from third party vendors.

Tethon3D

Castalite® Investment Casting Resin

Genesis® Development Resin Base gallon

Genesis® Development Resin Base liter

.slide data-cycle-auto-height=container

A Development Resin Base for SLA/DLP 3D Printing

Earthenware, Stoneware and Porcelain

Authentic Ceramic 3D Printing Materials

Innovative Ceramic 3D Printing Services

Get an Overview of Ceramic 3D Printing

Tethon 3D provides service and products for ceramic 3D printing.  Tethon is the word for White Buffalo in the language of the Omaha tribe of Native Americans. White Buffaloes exist in nature, though rare.

Tethon 3D was founded in Omaha, Nebraska.  The company is a corporate member of NCECA and the American Ceramic Society.

3DPrinting Industry January 16, 2018

3D Printing Media Network, October 9, 2017

2017 New SLA DLP 3d printer Jewery Printing Resin 3D Printer 3d dental printer 3d jewelry printer SLA DLP 3D printer

Shenzhen Creality 3D Technology Co., Ltd.

The suppliers transactions conducted via in the past 6 months.

The supplier supports Trade Assurance A free service that protects your orders from payment to delivery.

The supplier supports Trade Assurance A free service that protects your orders from payment to delivery.

2017 New SLA DLP 3d printer Jewery Printing Resin 3D Printer 3d dental printer 3d jewelry printer SLA DLP 3D printer

Place orders online to get full protection.

To protect your orders from payment to delivery

Digital Printer, SLA DLP 3D printer

model printer,jewery printer, dental printing

Engineers available to service machinery overseas

Printing software: Cura, Repetier-host, simplify3D

2017 New SLA DLP 3d printer Jewery Printing Resin 3D Printer 3d dental printer 3d jewelry printer SLA DLP 3D printer

2017 New SLA DLP 3d printer Jewery Printing Resin 3D Printer 3d dental printer 3d jewelry printer SLA DLP 3D printer

Molding Technology: Digital Light Processing

Z-axis Jacking System:importedguide rail+High precisionScrew Rod

Layer Thickness:0.01-0.1mm(The Max. Accuracyis 0.005MM)

XY Accuracy:0.078MM(It changed by the build size)

Printing Materials:Photosensitive Resin & Casting Resin

Colors of the Resin materials:Green & Red & Yellow

Voltage:can be adjusted from 100 to 240V,50-60HZ,10A

Shenzhen Creality 3D technology Co., Ltd.which was founded in 2014,with2800square meters, and anual output couldover 100000 sets,is one of the first group of enterprises devoting to 3D printing in China. Creality 3D with ownR&D teamfor develop new technology printer, each year release3-4 new modelswith own brand Creality 3D.

We aim to supply customerQuanlity and Serivefor longterm cooperations to overseas and Chinese customers,only use all-metal parts and High precision injection molded parts,Each printers will undergo a rigorous debugging and testing before shippment,OEM & ODMare welcome.

Any idea welcome to contact us to cometure your great ideam!

Transaction History of the Supplier

conducted via Alibaba.com. If you require further details regarding the transaction data, please contact the supplier directly.

The suppliers transactions conducted via Alibaba.com in the past 6 months.

The supplier supports Trade Assurance A free service that protects your orders from payment to delivery.

Alibaba.com Site:InternationalEspañolPortugusDeutschFrançaisItalianoहिंदीP한국어اللغة العربيةภาษาไทยTrkNederlandstiếng ViệtIndonesianעברית

Product Listing PolicyIntellectual Property ProtectionPrivacy PolicyTerms of UseLaw Enforcement Compliance Guide

SLA DLP 3D printer parts UV resin FEP film with adhesive layer Stick Reservoir Coating flim FEP film for dlp printer

Shenzhen Lankeda Technology Co., Ltd.

SLA DLP 3D printer parts UV resin FEP film with adhesive layer Stick Reservoir Coating flim FEP film for dlp printer

FEP film :wrap with foamed then well packed in hard carton

SLA DLP 3D printer parts UV resin FEP film with adhesive layer Stick Reservoir Coating flim FEP film for dlp printer

SLA DLP 3D printer parts UV resin FEP film with adhesive layer Stick Reservoir Coating flim FEP film for dlp printer

: 200x200mm, 203x203mm, 254x254mm, 305x305mm, 117x117mm, 114x114mm.

Diameter: 200mm, 203mm,254mm, 305mmCan be customize:Yes>

PEI (Polyetherimide) , also known as Ultem, is a reusable, relatively maintenance free, build surface for both ABS (with a Heated bed) and PLA (hot or cold), other materials such as Metal, Wood, PETG, ABS+ and many others also works just fine. You dont require any additional adhesives such as glue or tape. PEI is appealing due to its no-surface-prep conditions, which make it convenient to work with. Additionally, printing on PEI requires no support rafts as parts adhere directly to the surface with no issue.

PEI is easily cut to size by scoring with a hobby knife. Laminate your sheet of PEI using 3M 468MP Adhesive Transfer Tape that came with the PEI sheet to a glass/mirror print bed, keeping in mind that 3M 468MP is a very sticky tape that is prone to clumping. Once you have laminated your sheet of PEI onto your glass, simply re-level your print bed and print away. Parts should come free from the surface with almost no issue at all. PLA does not require heat, but turning the heated bed up to 45C helps. After the print is done, just let the plate cool down and then gently you can just pop the model off the plate.

Before each print, wipe your PEI surface down with 70-91% Isopropyl alcohol, to ensure that you wipe away any grease or other residues that may have accumulated on the surface. This will help increase your surface adhesion greatly.

Use isopropyl alcohol, methyl alcohol, or soap to clean your PEI after use. In other words, PEI can be cleaned through the use of Isopropyl Alcohol, which will theoretically help adhesion should you lose it.

We also have many kinds of 3d printing heatbed like aluminium heatbed ,rubber heatbed ,MK2 pcb heatbed

1.rich experience of manufacturing high quality heatbed and good packing

2.They are tested again before shipped to you,we can promise the high quality,and they are perfect for 3d printer.

3. we are able to customize for you according to your requirements

4-Dual power supply. Operate at 12V or 24V. You can use thinner wires when operating at 24V.

5.first level the side with two holes and fix in place, then level the side with one hole.- Large solder pads for multiple wires (ribbon cable) or a SMD pinhead connector can be mounted.

6.We can help you weld power cable and a thermistorlike this,which makes much more convinient to you.

1.professional:We are able to customize for you according to your requirements completely.

2.We have many other types of MK3 aluminium heatbed

MK3 aluminium heatbed round 220*220*3mm

MK3 aluminium heatbed round 265*265*3mm

3.we also have MK2 pcb heatbed with different size ,rubber heatbed ,polyimide film heater,and the rubber heater and thepolyimide film heaterwe are able to customize for you

Companyinformation(3dprint.en.alibaba.com)

ShenZhen Lankeda Technology Co., Ltd. is a company specializing in environmentally friendly printing supplies manufacturer,

is mainly engaged in the green class printing supplies in researching , production and sales.

Our companys main products are: FDM, DLP, SLS, and other 3D printers, 3D printer parts and printing filament etc.

We not only offer finished products and spare parts, also be individually designed and developed according to the specific requirements of customers.

(excellent team provide best products and services)

The company has experienced, technical strength of the development team.

The whole orientation to meet the customers requirements. Honest, pragmatic, innovative and efficient is our highest purpose; cheap, energy-saving and environmental protection is our eternal pursuit. We warmly welcome new and old friends calls to postal contact us.

If you have interests in our products or any questions about our products,please dont hesitate to contact us,our sales team can provide the information what you want to know.

If we are not online, please leave your name and your contact details,as email,skype,trademanager and your telephone number,we will contact you as soon as possible in 24 hours.

Not exactly what you want? 1 request, multiple quotationsGet Quotations Now

The suppliers transactions conducted via Alibaba.com in the past 6 months.

The supplier supports Trade Assurance A free service that protects your orders from payment to delivery.

Alibaba.com Site:InternationalEspañolPortugusDeutschFrançaisItalianoहिंदीP한국어اللغة العربيةภาษาไทยTrkNederlandstiếng ViệtIndonesianעברית

Product Listing PolicyIntellectual Property ProtectionPrivacy PolicyTerms of UseLaw Enforcement Compliance Guide

Top 10 SLA DLP

In 1986, an American named Chuck Hull created the first 3D printing technology. This technology today is known as SLA or stereolithography. These SLA 3D Printers, which is based on photo-polymerization, uses a laser on a UV-sensitive resin and has since inspired new techniques such as DLP, MovingLight, or more recently the Atom 3SLAandFused Deposition Modeling, orFDM 3D printer.

Once reserved only for manufacturers and laboratories, SLA technology has become increasingly accessible, both in terms of price and handling. It is therefore why we have selected the TOP 10 SLA 3D printers on the market. We also have other lists, such as our bestCheap 3D Printersand bestXXL 3D printers.

The Form 2 represents the latest generation of 3D resin printers from the American brandFormlabs, a company recognized as a pioneer in stereolithography. This version follows the Form 1 model, a model that was made possible thanks to their Kickstarter campaign in 2012. You can compare its specs in ourComparator here.

With a 145 x 145 x 175 mm manufacturing chamber, it holds several interesting features such as Wi-Fi connectability, a scanning system for the resin tray after each layer, a mobile application for receiving notifications, and smart cartridges for tracking the amount of consumption. The Form 2 SLA 3D printer is currently available for $3,49. For more information, check out their sitehere.

The Form 2 from Formlabs retails at $3,499.

Taiwanese manufacturer XYZprinting is now one of the worlds leading vendors of personal 3D printers, with competition from the likes ofUltimakerandMakerBot. Already present in the low-cost FDM printing industry, they have now launched themselves into the resin 3D printer market with the Nobel 1.0.

The Nobel 1.0 SLA 3D printer offers a 128 x 128 x 200 mm print volume, while also including an intelligent filling mechanism for the resin tank. The STL files are loaded using a USB key, or via a USB cable connected to a computer. The Nobel 1.0 is available for a price of only $1,499 (1,200). For more information, visit their websitehere.

The Nobel 1.0 from XYZprinting costs $1,499.

The American brand B9 Creator offers its DLP 3D printer as a plug & play a kit. This printer is based on DLP technology and works with a video projector that flashes and solidifies the liquid resin.

The B9 Creator offers technical features that are comparable to other market models, with their minimum layer of thickness at 5 microns, a 50 micron XY resolution, and a volume (resolution-dependent) of 104 x 75 x 203 mm. This kit is sold starting from $4,595 USD (about 3,670).You can compare its specs in ourComparator here. For more information, visit their websitehere.

The Liquid Crystal is a low-cost resin 3D printer that is available for a small price of 699 ($875), it was unveiled in October of 2015 by Photocentric. This SLA 3D printer is based on an innovative process that uses an LCD screen to photopolymerize the liquid resin. This saves time and reduces production costs. This printer also offers a generous volume of 200 x 100 x 200 mm. You can compare its specs in ourComparator here. For more information, visit their websitehere.

The Liquid Crystal by Photocentric: 699.

The Ember is Autodesks first step into the DLP 3D printer market and was unveiled in 2014 at Maker Con in San Francisco by their CEO, Carl Bass. Following the open source movement, Autodesk has also taken the opportunity to fully open the plans of their machine.

Sold for $5,995 (4,780), the Ember DLP 3D printer used DLP technology to create objects at a speed of 15-mm/h. The printer has a resolution of 35 microns and has a maximum volume of 64 x 40 x 134 mm. For more information, visit their websitehere.

After a successful crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter in April of 2015, MoonRay is now in the marketing phase, selling for $5,999 (4,790). The resin printer, which was developed by SprintRay, operates on a DLP process that uses a custom-designed projector with a lifetime of 50,000 hours.

As for its performance, the MoonRay displays a minimum layer of thickness of 20 microns for a horizontal resolution (XY) of 100 microns and has a manufacturing volume of 127 x 81 x 229 mm. For more information, visit their sitehere.

The MoonRay from SprintRay retails at $5,999.

Gizmo3D, a company based in Brisbane, Australia, developed 3 models of their DLP 3D printer: the GiziPro, the GiziMax and the GiziMate. Each one with different options and different manufacturing volumes.

The GiziMate DLP 3D printer, by default, is equipped with a production chamber of 130 x 200 x 113 mm. It includes a projector that is downwards, in opposition to the main models on the market. When creating your object, the piece is gradually immersed in the resin pan and has the advantage of minimizing the creation of supports, allowing you to print finer pieces. The GiziMate prices start at $2,400 (1,920). For more information, visit their sitehere.

Like most resin 3D printers, the Morpheus 3D was funded via a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter. The company behind the printer, OWL Works 3D, wanted to develop the Morpheus 3D into a machine that could create pieces with large dimensions.

The Morpheus 3D offers a nice volume of 300 x 180 x 300 mm and uses an LCD screen to solidify the resin, layer by layer (not voxel by voxel). Another advantage is that this printer will allow you to use many of the resins that are currently on the market. The Morpheus 3D is available for preorder now, with prices starting at $649 (520). Deliveries are expected to begin shipping in June of this year. For more information, visit their sitehere.

The Morpheus 3D from OWL Works 3D: starting from $649.

Specializers in FDM technology, with nearly 7 models of 3D printers, Colido has officially launched its first DLP 3D printer at CES 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Based in Hong Kong, The brand offers the CoLiDo DLP 1.0 3D printer with a volume of 100 x 76 x 150 mm, is equipped with a resin tank that is 4 times larger than its competitors, and has an automatic resin filling system. Prices for this machine begin at $3,300 (2,630). You can compare its specs in ourComparator here. For more information, visit their sitehere.

Developed by the American giant 3D Systems, the Projet 1200 is a Micro SLA 3D printer that is specially designed for jewelers and dental prosthetists who are looking for more precision.

With its compact dimensions, the Projet offers a limited manufacturing volume of 43 x 27 x 150 mm, a minimum layer of thickness of 30 microns, and a resolution of 585 DPI. Prices for this printer begin at $4,900 (3,910). You can compare its specs in ourComparator here. For more information, visit their sitehere.

The ProJet 1200 resin 3D printer by 3D Systems for $4,900.

Do you own a SLA or DLP 3D printer? Are you a resin 3D printer fan? Share your review in a comment below, or just let us know what you think of the printers that made it onto our list! In addition, check out our Top 10Low Cost 3D printers here.

Dont forget to follow us onFacebookandTwitter!

AuthoralexandreaYou may also likeThe Top 10 3D Models / STL Files of 2018January 24, 2018Adidas Release their 3D Printed Shoes: The Futurecraft 4DJanuary 23, 2018You Can Now 3D Print The Moon and View Launch Sites in ARJanuary 22, 2018Read NextShould companies just accept their IP rights will be infringed upon?Andr Skortzaru

Hello Alexandrea, thanks for your article, but it is out dated. Some companies such as B9Creations (that lauched the fastest and precise DLP 3D Printer Core Series), XYZPrinting with new Nobel have printers much better than you show. Formlabs is far from being the first one, although the marketing from Formlabs is amazing.

Top 10 Best Low Cost 3D Scanners (2018 Update)

We Interviewed Dinara Kasko: 3D Printing Instagram Food Sensation

Top 10: SLA, DLP & Resin 3D Printers

The 4 Types of FFF / FDM 3D Printer Explained (Cartesian, Delta,
Polar)

3Dnatives is the leading new source for all things 3D printing and additive manufacturing, with more than 220,000 visitors per month. Every day, you will find the latest news, interviews, stories and more on the revolution that is 3D printing!

The Top 10 3D Models / STL Files of 2018

Adidas Release their 3D Printed Shoes: The Futurecraft 4D

You Can Now 3D Print The Moon and View Launch Sites in AR

Press enter/return to begin your search

Our website uses cookies. By using our website and agreeing to this policy, you consent to our use of cookies in accordance with the terms of this policy.Find out more.

3d printer dlp sla

to get e-mail alerts and updates on your eBay Feed.

Unfollow3d printer dlp slato stop getting updates on your eBay Feed.

Youll receive email and Feed alerts when new items arrive.

Congo, Democratic Republic of the – COD

Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) – FLK

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – VCT

2017 3D Printer For Jewelry Auto Leveling Touch Screen LCD SLA DLP For Dentist

2017 new dlp 3d printer lcd sla 3d printing for dental jewlry 250ml resin free

brand new high quality DLP SLA LCD 3d printer Industrial printing result 0.025mm

Original sla 3d printer DLP printing result for dental jewelry wax casting resin

2017 new dlp 3d printer lcd sla 3d printing for dental jewlry wax casting resin

WANHAO DUPLICATOR 7 – D7- DLP SLA 3D PRINTER BRAND NEW v1.5 2018 MODEL

FACTORY DIRECT LOWEST PRICE FREE 250ML RESIN

DLP SLA LCD 3d printer castable high quality resin for dental & jewelry

SL55 3D Resin Printer – High resolution affordable 3D pritner (MONO1 DLP SLA)

DLP/SLA FunToDo 3d printer resin, 10 liter bulk bottle, red

high precision original dlp sla lcd 3d printer for dental and jewlry with raspb

Customs services and international tracking provided

2017 40W UV resin LCD light curing wifi supported DLP SLA 3D printer SLA tooth j

Customs services and international tracking provided

Anycubic 3D Printer Photon UV Resin SLA/DLP High Precision With LCD Touch Screen

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (Flexible Type) GC3D-ESK, Skin color, 1.0Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (Flexible Type) GC3D-EIG, Iron Gray, 1.0Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (Hard Type) GC3D-HIG, Iron Gray, 1.0Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (Hard Type) GC3D-HI, Ivory, 1.0Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (Hard Type) GC3D-HW, White, 1.0Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (High Temp & Hard Type) GC3D-TR1, Ivory, 1Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (General Purpose Type)GC3D-SPW,

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (General Purpose Type) GC3D-SI, Ivory, 1.0Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin(Hard&Spe

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (Hard&Speedy Type) GC3D-HSI, Ivory, 1.0Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (General Purpose Type)GC3D-SPW,

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin(Hard&Spe

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (Hard&Speedy Type) GC3D-HSI, Ivory, 0.25Kg

DLP SLA LCD 3d printer modeling high quality resin for dental & industrial use

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (Flexible Type) GC3D-EBE, Beige, 1.0Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (Flexible Type) GC3D-ESK, Skin color, 0.5Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (General Purpose Type) GC3D-SG, Green, 1.0Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (Flexible Type) GC3D-EIG, Iron Gray, 0.5Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (Flexible Type) GC3D-EBE, Beige, 0.5Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (General Purpose Type) GC3D-SBK, Black, 0.5Kg

13.3 inch 2560*1440 2K HDMI Portable Screen DIY DLP Kit SLA 3D Printer Monitor

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (Hard&Speedy Type) GC3D-HSIG,Iron Gray, 1.0Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (Hard&Speedy Type) GC3D-HSIG,Iron Gray, 0.5Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (Hard&Speedy Type) GC3D-HSIG,Iron Gray, 0.25Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin(Hard&Spe

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (Hard&Speedy Type) GC3D-HSWR, Wine Red, 1.0Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (Tough Type) GC3D-TSG, Silver Gray, 1.0Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (High Temp & Hard Type) GC3D-TR1, Ivory, 0.5Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (Hard&Speedy Type) GC3D-HSI, Ivory, 0.5Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (Hard&Speedy Type) GC3D-HSWR, Wine Red, 0.5Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (General Purpose Type) GC3D-SBK, Black, 1.0Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (General Purpose Type) GC3D-SGY, Gray, 1.0Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (Tough Type) GC3D-TSG, Silver Gray, 0.5Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (Hard Type) GC3D-HW, White, 0.5Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (Hard Type) GC3D-HI, Ivory, 0.5Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (Hard Type) GC3D-HIG, Iron Gray, 0.5Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (General Purpose Type) GC3D-SGY, Gray, 0.5Kg

LCD/DLP/SLA 3D Printer UV Resin (General Purpose Type) GC3D-SG, Green, 0.5Kg

eBay determines this price through a machine learned model of the products sale prices within the last 90 days.

eBay determines trending price through a machine learned model of the products sale prices within the last 90 days. New refers to a brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item, and Used refers to an item that has been used previously.

Ships in a business day with tracking

Computers, Tablets & Network Hardware

3D Printer & 3D Scanner Parts & Accessories

Please enter a minimum and/or maximum price before continuing.

Copyright © 1995-2018 eBay Inc. All Rights Reserved.AccessibilityUser AgreementPrivacyCookiesandAdChoice

Norton Secured – powered by Verisign

This page was last updated: Jan-25 01:03. Number of bids and bid amounts may be slightly out of date. See each listing for international shipping options and costs.