Start-up company Orange Maker has this week unveiled their new 3D printing technology that takes the form of an innovative Heliolithographic 3D printer.
The new Heliolithography (HL) 3D printing process developed by Orange Maker has been created to provide users with ‘significant improvements’ when compared to Stereolithography (SL).
Heliolithography 3D printing offers increased theoretical limits on printing speed, options and offer a far superior variety of printing materials, smoother surface finishes, and an enhanced level of detail not currently available from current desktop 3D printers.
The new Helios One HL 3D printer is the first in a range of Heliolithography 3D printers, the start-up company Orange Maker is currently developing and looking to bring to market, and its inventor explains :
“Quite simply, we’ve found a way to streamline efficiency, design, and material economy in 3D printing, a medium that has hitherto suffered from restrictions on variables such as size, speed, and availability of materials. We’ve reached an ideal—greatly expanding functionality while achieving elegance and simplification through design and engineering.”
The new Helios One HL 3D printer will soon be available to purchase from the Orange Maker website directly and will also be available from any selection of third-party distributors and retailers next year. For more information on the new Heliolithography technology jump over to the Orange Maker website for details.
Source: 3D Printer World