May 28, 2012
EnvisionTEC, Inc. will unveil the Perfactory® Micro at JCK Las Vegas May 31st to June 4th and the Atlanta Jewelry Show, Aug 11-13.
The Perfactory® Micro is the smallest personal desktop 3D system in its family using DLP technology from Texas Instruments. It's LED light source requires zero maintenance and very low operational costs.
- Build envelope: 1.6 x 1.2 x 3.9 inches / 40 x 30 x 100 mm
- Resolution: 31 micron in X and Y and 25 microns in Z
- Size: 9 x 8 x 24 inches / 23 x 18 x 58 cm
- Weight: 28.66 lbs. / 13 kg
The printer is very compact measuring only 23 x 18 x 58 cm. The Perfactory® Micro base price is $14,999, including the Perfactory® Software Suite and and a 2 year warranty. The Perfactory® Software Suite includes a $7500 value EnvisionTEC Magics 16 and will be delivered free of charge with every printer. EnvisionTEC Magics 16 provides automatic support generation and STL file repair with one click of a button.
The Perfactory® Micro connects directly to your PC through an USB port with no light calibration or setup time. Simply add one of EnvisionTEC's material choices to the tray and upload your STL file.
The Perfactory® Micro is suitable for making small volume but high quality standard parts for custom jewelers and designers.
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