After successfully launching their first Titan 3D printer via a successful Kickstarter campaign, Kudo3D have now unveiled their second generation 3D printer aptly named the Titan 2 which is capable of providing high resolution 3D prints between 37-100 microns.
The Titan 2 DLP SLA 3D Printer is powered by an integrated Raspberry Pi mini PC and users patent pending PSP (Passive Self-Peeling) technology and is compatible with all PCs, Macs smartphones and tablets making it easy to configure and use.
Check out the video below to see the Titan 2 3D printer in action. The system provides a Maximum Build Size at 100 μm XY resolution:or 7.5 x 4.3 x 9.8 inches (L x W x H) and a maximum print speed 2.7 in/hr for xy:50μm and z:100μm resolution.
Passive self-peeling (PSP) technology is a patent-pending, bottom-up, SLA technology, which was created by Kudo3D to minimize the separation force between the cured layers and the resin. PSP employs a flexible resin container consisting of 6 different materials, which work together to aid in reducing the separation force. It ensures that features as fine as a strand of hair and larger objects, up to 10 inches tall, can be printed with the same machine while maintaining staggering resolution and impressive speeds. Equipped with PSP, the printer only needs one single stepping motor. This simplifies and enables the Titan 1 to be more reliable and user-friendly.
The Titan 2 is now available to preorder until 19 June 2016 at a $200 discount and comes supplied with everything you need the start printing straightaway. For more information on the Titan 2 3D printer jump over to the official Kudo3D website via the link below. If you enjoy building Pi projects you might be interested in our comprehensive list of Raspberry Pi displays, HATS and small screens.