Autodesk has announced that from today their new stereolithography Autodesk Ember 3D printer is now available to all to purchase for $5995 offering a build volume of 64mm x 40mm x 134mm and ultra high resolution modelling.
Autodesk has created the Ember 3D printer to push the limits of the Spark platform and set a new benchmark for desktop 3D printing, says Autodesk.
The Ember 3D printer uses digital light stereolithography to create complex objects providing new possibilities for 3D printed components, prototypes, medical devices, art and jewellery, offering users a 10 micron minimum layer thickness. Autodesk explains a little more :
“Ember was built specifically to maximize the power and flexibility of the Spark open 3D printing platform. Spark learns from experience, improving print preparation and optimization each time you print. An open platform, Spark allows you to print directly to Ember from any Spark Powered 3D design application or website. Its ultra-high resolution, streamlined user experience, and open design set the stage for you to bring your vision to reality.
Ember’s design team started with a simple question: what would we want our own 3D printing experience to be like? Every detail, from the size of the build head to the angle of the control panel, was designed for ease of use. Ember’s app optimizes your print quickly so you can focus on your creative vision, not printing.
Ember’s underlying software and resin tray are both open to enable you to contribute to the evolution of 3D printing hardware, software, and material science. Autodesk will soon make Ember’s CAD designs and material formulations publicly available as well. Your Ember printer gets better each time the 3D printing community builds upon it.”
For more information on the new Ember 3D printer jump over to the Autodesk website for details and the ability to purchase.
Source: AutodeskFiled Under: Technology News, Top News