3D Printer Offers Latest in Digital Light Processing Technology
Gesswein introduces the Everes desktop 3D printers, which use the latest in digital light processing technology.
Gesswein introduces the Everes desktop 3D printers, which use the latest in digital light processing technology. An intuitive user interface and self-calibration enables users to take designs from ideation to creation. Designed are printed layer by layer, from 25 to 200 micron depending upon which Sisma refillable resin used. Zero tilting technology (ZTT) ensures that parts are not pulled away from the vat when printing. In ZTT, the glass affixed to the vat tilts gradually between layers, separating the first printed layer from the bed. This avoids suction between the object and the print bed, reducing the amount of process-related mechanical stresses on the model, and promoting better layer adhesion throughout the part. Smart building platform provides self-alignment and self-zeroing of the build platform at every printing cycle, eliminating any human calibration intervention. The automatic detachment function also eliminates the risk of breaking the newly printed objects.The use of PTFE in the bottom of the vat, an inert material in the exothermic photo-curing process, allows for a non-degenerative printing, granting a very high dimensional precision, together with a high repeatability of the process. The alignment and zeroing of the building platform take place automatically for every print job, without the need for any manual intervention, thus limiting any possible human error. Resin cartridge types are automatically recognized by Tag RFID; the resin loading/ unloading operations are automatically managed at the start and at the end of every single printing process. Available in 0.5L cartridges. Available in two models (Zero and Uno) which have different platform sizes. Made in Italy.
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