Anyone in the market for a resin 3D printer or has been patiently waiting since its unveiling back in October of this year for the Solus 3D Printer to launch.
Will be pleased to know that the Solus resin 3D printer is now available to purchase with prices starting from $1099 offering the ability to use either a standard XGA 1024 x 768 or HD 1920 x 1080 projector.
The Souls resin 3D printer project is currently over on the Indiegogo crowd funding website looking to raise $50,000 in pledges to make the jump into manufacture.
“Most other consumer SLA printers use either a PDMS silicon layer or an adhesive-backed Teflon film for their non-stick peeling surface. PDMS has great non-stick properties, but it can get cloudy or even break after just a few prints causing much frustration. Adhesive-backed Teflon can scatter the light, causing washed-out details or the Teflon can quickly separate from the tank bottom causing print failure.
To solve these issues the Solus uses a durable film sourced from the semiconductor and flat-panel industries in combination with a patent-pending tilt peeling method. This smooth peeling and unscattered light transmission allow for sharper details, XY features below 100 microns and a very smooth surface finish. With this peeling method, we have also been able to print single objects that almost completely fill the build area (14.5 x 11 cm), all while eliminating the need to change or re-coat the resin tank.”
So if you think Souls resin 3D printer is something you could benefit from, visit the Indiegogo website now to make a pledge and help Souls resin 3D printer become a reality via the link below.
Source: IndiegogoFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Top News